NetPolicy.com: Public Agenda for a Digital World by Leslie David Simon

NetPolicy.com: Public Agenda for a Digital World by Leslie David Simon

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Publisher: Woodrow Wilson Center Press
Released: October 31, 2000
Page Count: 464
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1930365039
ISBN-13: 978-1930365032

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FromPerhaps as complicated as the bits and bytes that constitute the Internet are the public policy questions it raises. Simon–a senior policy scholar at the Wilson Center and a State Department consultant on international communications and information… read more …

 
 
 
 
 
 

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