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== Content ==
* [http://www.benkler.org/Benkler_Wealth_Of_Networks_Chapter_11.pdf Full text (PDF)]
* [[Sentence-sliced Text Chapter 11|Full text, sentence-sliced (wiki)]]
== Summary ==
===Institutional Ecology and Path Dependence===
===The Physical Layer===
====Transport: Wires and Wireless====
[[Recent Developments in Broadband Regulation]]
[[A Perspective on Limiting Device Functionality]]
===The Logical Layer===
====The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998====
====The Battle over Peer-to-Peer Networks====
====The Domain Name System: From Public Trust to the Fetishism of Mnemonics====
====The Browser Wars====
====Free Software====
===The Content Layer===
====Contractual Enclosure: Click-Wrap Licenses and the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA====
====Trademark Dilution====
====Database Protection====
====Linking and Trespass to Chattels: New Forms of Information Exclusivity====
====International "Harmonization"====
====Countervailing Forces====
===The Problem of Security===
[[Wireless Network Security Concerns]]
===Sources cited in the chapter===
===Other relevant readings===
==Case Studies==
===Supporting examples===
==Key Concepts==
==Critiques and Commentary==
[http://www.benkler.org/wealth_of_networks/index.php/A_Critique_of_Benkler%27s_Argument_for_a_Commons-Based_Content_Layer A Critique of Benkler's Argument for a Commons-Based Content Layer]

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