Table of contents for Law and internet cultures / Kathy Bowrey.

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1 Defining Internet Law
	There is more to standards than functionality
	The other kinds of laws 
	Technical practices intersecting with national and international laws
	Connecting technologies, laws, communities and cultures
	Internet cultures
	Law and internet cultures
2 Defining Internet cultures
	Mapping global communities
	Mapping Mandevilleís Travels
	The dot com bubble: the ugly face of Internet space and time?
	ì because pets donít driveî.
	Itís possible that I am (or you are) in the Matrix right now.
3 Universal standards and the end of the universe. The IETF, global governance and patents
	Questions of responsibility
	The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
	Rough consensus and the power of ideas
	Responsible patenting?
	Pragmatics of the IETF universe
	The sky is falling?
4 Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds
	Whatís in a name? What is open source?
	What country are we at war with? Who are ëweí?
	ìDoubleplusgoodî is in the detail
	Language, trust, community and law
	Who destroys the past controls the future 
	Newoldspeak: Private power public good
5 In a world without fences who needs Gates?
	It's Official: Everybody Hates Microsoft
	The information future is here and here again
	Law as cyborg
	What the critics claim
	So what enabled Microsoftís rise to success?
	How economists debate technology choices: network effects, path dependence and lock-in
	Judge Jacksonís Findings
	The District Circuit Appeal
	Naturalising ideological agendas: a ìtechnologically dynamic marketî
	Fear and Trembling in Silicon Valley
	Why the legal resolution doesnít allay anxieties
	Moving the village
6 Telling Tales. Digital Piracy and the Law
	Peer-to-peer: anarchy versus oligarchy?
	Moral panics and copyright law
	Napster, Grokster and more
	Standing Before the Law
	Technology Marketing
	Donít Steal Music
	The digital commons movement
	Legal signs, fads and fashions
7 Participate/comply/resist
	Inhuman flows
	Participation and the new citizenship
	WSIS: What to expect?
	Australia-US Free Trade Agreement
	Globalized law-making
	Compliance with cyberlaw activism
	ëBe Alert, But Not Alarmedí
	Reconciling law and internet culture

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Internet -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Internet -- Law and legislation.
Internet -- Social aspects.