Rami Olwan

All About CyberLaw, Copyright and Developing Countries

Will the Internet remain a global public commons ?

The researcher argues that the Internet, as originally conceived in the early sixties, changed from a nonproprietary environment where everyone could enter and express their views and opinions and publish material freely to an environment which each country is trying to control under its own laws and regulations.

New technologies are being deployed to change its infrastructure and design. The article is concluded by certain suggestions that may help in standing firm in front of all these attempts.

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