World Cyberspace Law

Many states are apprehensive that wider access to information will threaten to decentralise their effective authority. States that attempt unilaterally to assert command and control regulation, in an attempt to ensure the vivisection of cyberlife, will not serve global justice but instead participate in the conflict of law. Professor Wakefield argues that imposing restraining laws expressly within geographic borders will destroy the socially beneficial uses of the Internet, and will instead create islands of ignorance. 

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