chapter 1 Introduction part Part I Theoretical perspectives chapter 2 The role of the public sphere in the information society / NICHOLAS GARNHAM chapter 3 In search of the self chapter 4 Will electronic commerce change the law? part Part II The limits of telecommunications regulation chapter 5 How far can deregulation of telecommunications go? / MARTIN CAVE chapter 6 Realising social goals in connectivity and content chapter 7 Commentary chapter 8 The rise and decline of the international telecommunications regime / WILLIAM J.DRAKE chapter 9 After Seattle part Part III International self-regulation and standard setting chapter 10 Locating Internet governance chapter 11 Semi-private international rulemaking part Part IV Standard setting and competition policy chapter 12 Will the Internet remake antitrust law? / MARK LEMLEY chapter 13 The problems of the third way part Part V The limits of government regulation chapter 14 China's impact on the Global Information Society / PERRY KELLER chapter 15 Freedom versus access rights in a European context / AD VAN LOON chapter 16 Pluralism, guidance and the new media / THOMAS GIBBONS chapter 17 Five challenges for regulating the Global Information Society / PAMELA SAMUELSON.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -357) and index.