Public Strategies for Internet Co-Regulation in the United States, Europe and China
GOVERNANCE, REGULATIONS AND POWERS ON THE INTERNET, E. Brousseau, M. Marzouki, and C. Meadel, eds., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009
15 Pages Posted: 12 Oct 2008 Last revised: 23 Dec 2013
Date Written: October 11, 2008
This paper studies the framework for Internet regulation in the United States, Europe and China. Focusing on co-regulatory mechanisms, it analyses the legal tools used by governments in order to entrust private 'points of control' to monitor Internet. It focuses more specifically on the impact of co-regulation on the rule of law and on the emergence of a transnational struggle for law between global players.
Keywords: Internet Regulation, Coregulation, Struggle for Law, Rule of Law, Internet Governance, Global Law
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