Regulating the Information Society: Initial ISP Reactions to Australian Internet Content Legislation
The Internet is receiving considerable attention on a global scale. Some countries are examining the regulation of this technology, and Australia is one of the first to implement legislation to restrict access to offensive or illegal material at the Internet Service Provider (ISP) source. Given the debate surrounding both the efficacy of online regulation in general and this legislation in particular, some objective analysis of initial ISP reactions is of benefit to researchers, practitioners...[Show more]
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