A Borderless World: Realizing the Potential for Global Electronic Commerce
The outline used to organize this
bibliography reflects the categories and sub-categories created to sort
out different aspects of the regulatory landscape. The basic theme
of the outline is that there are regulatory MECHANISMS, SOURCES OF LAW,
and regulatory MODELS.
The bibliographic references are not in standard bibliographic format,
but are formatted according to the 16th ed. of the Blue Book. The
majority of the bibliography explores both existing and proposed mechanisms
and sources of law. At the end is a section describing different
models built out of combinations of mechanisms and sources of law. Hopefully, this organizational structure, of combining mechanisms and sources of law into models, can provide terminology for consistent discussions about Internet regulation. Please remember that it is a work in progress, constantly being updated and expanded as new pieces are written and the debate on Internet regulation and the possibilities of self-regulation mature.
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The Free Market | Self Regulation of the Internet
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