Patterns of Legalization in the Internet: Do We Need a Constitutional Theory for Internet Law? by Osvaldo Sald?as [HIIG Discussion Paper]

Abstract:The paper acknowledges a growing web of legal norms that regulate governance aspects of the Internet. Some of these norms are legally binding; others are closer to what some scholars call soft law. In order to take stock of these developments, I propose an explorative typology that can bring some systematic order into the plurality of Internet norms.

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