Theorising the internet and its governance

@inproceedings{Baloch2014TheorisingTI,
  title={Theorising the internet and its governance},
  author={Fuad Khan Baloch},
  year={2014}
}
The assumption found in the literature that the Internet is a well-defined entity is challenged in this study. It is argued that despite apparent agreement on aspects of the Internet, such as the technological components, the Internet remains ambiguously conceptualised, inappropriately addressed and often misrepresented. Consequently, it is asserted that the underlying opacity results in the construction of auxiliary theories that increasingly arrive at incommensurate positions, and thus… CONTINUE READING

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