Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age (Release 1.2, August 1994)

  title={Cyberspace and the American Dream: A Magna Carta for the Knowledge Age (Release 1.2, August 1994)},
  author={Esther Dyson and George Gilder and George A. Keyworth and Alvin Toffler},
  journal={Inf. Soc.},
Apres avoir defini le cyberespace, les AA. montrent le probleme des droits de propriete, du marche economique, de liberte que ce nouveau concept entraine. Le passage a cette troisieme vague economique dominee par la connaissance implique l'intervention du gouvernement concernant l'acces aux multimedia conversationnels, pour promouvoir la competition dynamique, pour definir et assigner les droits de propriete, pour creer un impot en faveur de cette troisieme vague. Le gouvernement lui-meme doit… 
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