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Law and Borders: The Rise of Law in Cyberspace
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Global computer-based communications cross geographic boundaries creating a need for new laws and legal institutions to govern cyberspace. Expand
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How Long is the Coastline of the Law? Thoughts on the Fractal Nature of Legal Systems
Although citation to precedent in judicial opinions is a critical component of the network of rules that comprise “the law” in any area, there have been surprisingly few systematic attempts to useExpand
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Law and borders
Global computer-based communications cross geographic boundaries creating a need for new laws and legal institutions to govern cyberspace.
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Governing Cyberspace
What is the source of those law(s) that will govern our interactions in cyberspace? What body of rules will participants in cyberspace transactions consult to determine their substantive obligationsExpand
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Against 'Against Cyberanarchy'
Prof. Jack Goldsmith's Against Cyberanarchy has become one of the most influential articles in the cyberspace law canon. The position he sets forth - what I call Unexceptionalism - rests on two mainExpand
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The New 'Civic Virtue' of the Internet
Who should the law-makers of cyberspace be? Who should be setting the rules that apply to conduct in the new global medium of 'cyberspace'? What polity or polities should we look to as a source ofExpand
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'Chaos Prevailing on Every Continent': Towards a New Theory of Decentralized Decision-Making in Complex Systems
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We discuss one efficient method of finding optimal configurations of complex systems--what Stuart Kauffman calls "patching," the division of a system into non-overlapping but coupled self-optimizing parts--and show that the efficiency of this problem-solving algorithm appears to depend crucially on the relationship between within-patch and between-patch spillover effects. Expand
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