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The Internet as a Threat to Sovereignty? Thoughts on the Internet's Role in Strengthening National and Global Governance

  title={The Internet as a Threat to Sovereignty? Thoughts on the Internet's Role in Strengthening National and Global Governance},
  author={Perritt and H Henry},
  journal={Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies},
  • Perritt, H. Henry
  • Published 1998
  • Political Science
  • Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
The Internet's potential for becoming the medium of a global marketplace and a forum for a collection of traditional and novel political activities is rapidly becoming reality. The growth in the use of the Internet has been one of the most interesting technological and political developments of the late twentieth century. This tremendous phenomenon has not, of course, escaped the notice of political leaders and commentators who analyze new developments for positive and negative influences… Expand
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