Four Internets: Data, Geopolitics, and the Governance of Cyberspace

Four Internets

Data, Geopolitics, and the Governance of Cyberspace
 
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ISBN13:9780197523681
ISBN10:0197523684
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:344 pages
Size:242x164x28 mm
Weight:616 g
Language:English
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Table of Contents:
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Chapter One: Preliminary concepts: Networks and data
PART I: THE FIRST INTERNET: THE SILICON VALLEY OPEN INTERNET
Chapter Two: How the Internet developed
Chapter Three: Governing the Internet
Chapter Four: The vision of the Open Internet
Chapter Five: Policy question: How can quality be ensured in an open system like Wikipedia?
PART II: ALTERNATIVES TO OPENNESS
Chapter Six: Openness and its discontents
Chapter Seven: The second Internet: The Brussels Bourgeois Internet
Chapter Eight: Policy question: When is surveillance justified?
Chapter Nine: The third Internet: The DC Commercial Internet
Chapter Ten: Policy question: How can competition against the tech giants be fostered?
Chapter Eleven: The fourth Internet: The Beijing Paternal Internet
Chapter Twelve: Policy question: Is Huawei infrastructure a threat to Western national security?
Chapter Thirteen: The Moscow spoiler model
Chapter Fourteen: Policy question: Is a sovereign Internet feasible?
Chapter Fifteen: Peaceful co-existence
PART III: FUTURES
Chapter Sixteen: India, the "swing state"
Chapter Seventeen: Policy question: When should personal data cross borders?
Chapter Eighteen: Artificial Intelligence
Chapter Nineteen: Smart cities and the Internet of Things
Chapter Twenty: Social machines
Chapter Twenty-One: The unity of freedom
Glossary of abbreviations
References
Endnotes