Table of Contents
|Beyond Google and evil: How policy makers, journalists and consumers should talk differently about Google and privacy||HTML|
|Chris Jay Hoofnagle|
|Broadband policy: Beyond privatization, competition and independent regulation||HTML|
|Signs of epistemic disruption: Transformations in the knowledge system of the academic journal||HTML|
|William W. Cope, Mary Kalantzis|
|Industries, artists, friends and fans: Marketing young adult fictions online||HTML|
|Leonie Margaret Rutherford|
|Salvation or destruction: Metaphors of the Internet||HTML|
|Privacy in the digital world: Towards international legislation||HTML|
|Nour S. Al-Shakhouri, A. Mahmood|
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