The Viability Of Internet Regulation

Whether or not the Internet can successfully be regulated depends on a number of factors and an evaluation of certain considerations. These considerations involve intellectual property, tax issues as well as cybercrime and other accessibility issues. Additionally technical specifications should be considered as well as licensing issues.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are nonregulatory ideas concerning the Internet?
What types of principles should be considered with the implementation of Internet regulation?
What types of technical standards should be considered?
What kind of licensing arrangements should be permitted?


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