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Recommended Readings for Internet Law

Books

Lawrence Lessig, Code and other Laws of Cyberspace, Basic books, 1999, New York.

Lawrence Lessig, the Future of Ideas, Random House, 2001, New York.

Michael Chissick and Alistair Kelman, Electronic Commerce, Law and Practice, Sweet & Maxwell, 2001, London.

Brian Fitzgerald, Cyberlaw, Volumes I and II, Ashgate Dartmouth, 2006, England.

Graham Smith, Internet Law and Regulation, Sweet & Maxwell, 2007, London.

Robert Wegenek, Ged O’Neil, Jonathan Morre, E-commerce: A Guide to the Law of Electronic Commerce, Butterworhts, 2002, London.

Margraet Jane Randin, Internet Commerce, the Emerging Legal Framework, Foundation Press, 2002, New York.

Encyclopedia of E-commerce Law, Simon Stokes and Robert Carolina, Sweet and Maxwell, 2003.

Free Culture,Lawrence Lessig, Penguin Group, 2004.

Lawrence Lessigs,Code And Other Laws Of Cyberspace (Code v.2).

William W. Fisher , Promises to Keep, Technology, Law and Future of Entertainment, Stanford University, 2005.

Ronald J. Mann, E-commerce, Aspen Publishers, 2011.

Tim Wu and Jack Smith, Who Controls the Internet? Illusions of a borderless World, Oxford University Press, 2006. 

Yochai Benkler, Wealth of Networks, Yale University Press, 2006.

B Fitzgerald, A Fitzgerald, G Middleton, Y Lim, T Beale, Internet and E-Commerce Law Law and Business Policy, Thomson Reuters, 2011.

Jonathan L. Zittrain, The Future of the Internet- And How to Stop it, Yale University Press, 2008.

Yochai Benkler, Wealth of Networks, Yale University Press, 2006. 

Jonathan L. Zittrian, The Future of the Internet- And How to Stop It, Yale University Press, 2008. 

James Boyle, The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind, Yale University Press, 2008. 

Lawrence Lessig, Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy, Penguin Press, 2008. 

Articles

John Barrow Barlow, Selling Wine without Bottles on the Global Net.

Jon Barrow Barlow, A Deceleration of Independence of Cyberspace. 

Lawrence Lessig, The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach.

Tim Wu, When Code isn’t a law.

P. Bernt Hugenholtz, Code as Code, Or the End of Intellectual Property as We Know It.

Michael Geist, CYBERLAW 2.0.

Jonathan L. Zittrain, The Generative Internet.

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