Reluctant Gatekeepers: Corporate Ethics on a Filtered Internet
GLOBAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY REPORT, p. 69, World Economic Forum, 2006-2007
10 Pages Posted: 6 Apr 2007
Corporations are increasingly finding themselves caught in the crosshairs as they are asked by local authorities to carry out censorship and surveillance online. This chapter describes this growing, thorny problem and some possible means to resolve it. The most promising approach is neither local law nor a new international covenant, but rather a strong, enforceable code of conduct created by the corporations themselves, in concert with nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), academics, states, and other stakeholders.
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States and Internet Enforcement
The Move to the Middle: The Enduring Threat of "Harmful" Speech to Network Neutrality
By John G. Palfrey and Robert Rogoyski