|Notes on contributors||viii|
|Series editor's preface||xiii|
|1 Introduction: information and communications technologies, globalisation and regulation|
|PART I Theoretical perspectives||41|
|2 The role of the public sphere in the information society|
|3 In search of the self: charting the course of self-regulation on the Internet in a global environment|
|MONROE E.PRICE AND |
|4 Will electronic commerce change the law? Towards a regulatory perspective based on competition, information and learning skills|
|PART II The limits of telecommunications regulation||91|
|5 How far can deregulation of telecommunications go?|
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Book title: Regulating the Global Information Society.
Contributors: Christopher T. Marsden - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: v.
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