Comments on: The state of cyberlaw, 2005 http://www.lessig.org/2005/12/the-state-of-cyberlaw-2005/ Blog, news, books Tue, 10 Oct 2017 06:01:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.2 By: seo pouya http://www.lessig.org/2005/12/the-state-of-cyberlaw-2005/#comment-47321 Mon, 13 Oct 2014 15:33:00 +0000 http://lessig.org/blog/2005/12/the_state_of_cyberlaw_2005.html#comment-47321 Thanks you for your sharing , آچیلان در
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By: Seth Finkelstein http://www.lessig.org/2005/12/the-state-of-cyberlaw-2005/#comment-17842 Tue, 03 Jan 2006 05:27:15 +0000 http://lessig.org/blog/2005/12/the_state_of_cyberlaw_2005.html#comment-17842 Derek Bambauer’s article “Cool Tools for Tyrants”, on censorware, is also a good read:

“Despite China’s five million bloggers, the Communist Party remains firmly in control of the nation and, for the most part, the Internet within its borders. Iran’s blogging community is perhaps the country’s liveliest political arena, yet the authoritarian Iranian government is stronger than ever, especially after a resounding victory in February 2004 elections. Contrary to the utopian view that the Internet evades local control, governments are proving adept at controlling the information that their citizens receive and share. Market freedom does not necessarily lead to personal freedom. We must at times limit the first to safeguard the second; the right to sell must sometimes yield to protect the right to speak.”

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By: Roberto http://www.lessig.org/2005/12/the-state-of-cyberlaw-2005/#comment-17841 Sat, 31 Dec 2005 23:30:18 +0000 http://lessig.org/blog/2005/12/the_state_of_cyberlaw_2005.html#comment-17841 Happy New Year Professor Lessig!

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