In 1787, Thomas Jefferson, Then The American Minister To France, Had The Complete Skeleton, Skin Horns Of An American Moose Shipped To Him In Paris And Mounted In The Lobby Of His Residence As A Symbol Of The Vast Possibilities Contained In The Strange And Largely Unexplored New World Taking A Cue From Jefferson S Efforts, David Post, One Of The Nation S Leading Internet Scholars, Here Presents A Pithy, Colorful Exploration Of The Still Mostly Undiscovered Territory Of Cyberspace What It Is, How It Works, And How It Should Be Governed What Law Should The Internet Have, And Who Should Make It What Are We To Do, And How Are We To Think, About Online Filesharing And Copyright Law, About Internet Pornography And Free Speech, About Controlling Spam, And Online Gambling, And Cyberterrorism, And The Use Of Anonymous Remailers, Or The Practice Of Telemedicine, Or The Online Collection And Dissemination Of Personal Information How Can They Be Controlled Should They Be Controlled And By Whom Post Presents The Jeffersonian Ideal Small Self Governing Units, Loosely Linked Together As Peers In Groups Of Larger And Larger Size As A Model For The Internet And For Cyberspace Community Self Governance Deftly Drawing On Jefferson S Writings On The New World In Notes On The State Of Virginia, Post Draws Out The Many Similarities And Differences Between The Two Terrains, Vividly Describing How The Internet Actually Functions From A Technological, Legal, And Social Perspective As He Uniquely Applies Jefferson S Views On Natural History, Law, And Governance In The New World To Illuminate The Complexities Of Cyberspace In Search Of Jefferson S Moose Is A Lively, Accessible, Andremarkably Original Overview Of The Internet And What It Holds For The Future.
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- 244 pages
- In Search of Jeffersons Moose
- David Post
- 24 October 2017 David Post