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The Internet: A Metaphor

Cyber Law Presentation

Courtney Beach

on 4 June 2013

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Transcript of The Internet: A Metaphor

Underlying Structure?
Scared of computer as human?
Inner workings?
How Important is the audience? Realities are only social constructs. There are no absolute truths. Reality is constructed as the mind tries to understand it Postmodernism? HUMAN? Is it True? American Gothic Comes to the City series by Steve A. Furman Minimal Regulation? Feudal King? The Internet:A Metaphor John Doone? "No Man is an Island"
"Never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee" New Communities
Uninhibited space
Border-less Communities
$$$ The Talmund? Goses?
Books Die?
The Right to be Forgotten? The Generative Internet Adaptability
Distribution Unanticipated
Change Inclusion of large & varied audiences BENEFITS A system's capacity to produce unanticipated change through unfiltered contributions from broad & varied audiences Life On the Screen Who is Jacques Derrida? Answer? There is nothing outside the text?
Literary / Philosophical
Underlying structure?
Do we care?
Romantic Ideas?
Computers --> US
OR Us --> Computers? Wild Wild West The Generative Internet: End-to-End Argument
Public protocols with no central gatekeeper
Open Machines / Grid The Generative Internet OR A Day Without the Internet The Right to be Forgotten? Disruptive Power of Generative Internet? The Internet as a Highway? Cyborg? Cooler Online?
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