Regulating the Global Information Society

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Index

a
Aaron, David L. 12
accountability 61, 228, 304
Administrative Procedures Act (APA), US 226 -8
advertising 67, 69, 296 -7
Agre, Phil 193
Agreement on Basic Telecoms (ABT) 30
Alliance for Global Business 189
American Bar Association 228
American Law Institute 228
American Society of Sanitary Engineers 237
American Telegraph and Telephone (AT&T) 11, 19, 29, 129, 136, 141, 170, 183 -4
Amsterdam Treaty (1997) 297
Annan Committee 307
anti-foundationalism 51
antitrust law 235, 318 ;
see also competition law
AOL (company) 8, 11, 29, 63, 65
Arendt, Hannah 50 -2
ARPANET 4, 198, 203
Asian financial crisis 32
Australia 62, 69, 70, 74, 128, 166
autonomy of the individual 51, 55
Ayres, Ian 2

b
Bangemann Report (1994) 5
Barshefsky, Charlene 12
BBC see British Broadcasting Corporation
BBC Online 312, 315
Beesley Report(1981) 109
Benhabib, Seyla 54 -5
Benkler, Yochai 83
Bentham, Jeremy 56
Berners-Lee, Tim 4
Bernstein v. United States322
Bertelsman (company) 30
Boddewyn, J.J. 67 -9
Boeing (company) 180
bounded rationality 18
Braithwaite, John 2, 64
brands, protection of see trademark protection
Brent Spar oil platform 32
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 47, 277, 307, 312, 314
British Commonwealth telecommunications networks 136
British Interactive Broadcasting 15
British Telecommunications (company) 29, 73, 93, 105passim
broadcasting 109, 113, 118, 120, 288, 293, 300 ;
programme requirements 295, 307 ;
see also public service broadcasting
BSkyB 9, 104
Butler, Richard 149 -50

c
Cable & Wireless 129, 131
call-back 169, 171, 173
Canada 70, 73, 128, 130, 140, 166, 319
Carnoy, Martin 8
cartels 237, 318
categorical imperative 52
CCIT see International Consultative Committee on Telegraph
CCITT see Consultative Committee on International Telegraph and Telephone
CCIF see International Consultative Committee on Telephone
censorship, private and public 63 -4
Centre for the Study of Globalization and Regionalisation xiii
children, protection of 71, 319
China 28, 33, 158, 179, 181, 248, 265, 268 -79;
Central Propaganda Department (CPD) 269, 277 ;

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