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Sovereignty and Cyberspace: Institutions and Internet Governance

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Mueller, Milton
Conference: 5th Annual Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Memorial Lecture
Location: Bloomington IN
Conf. Date: October 3
Date: 2018
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/10410
Sector: Global Commons
Region: North America
Subject(s): Internet governance
sovereignty
institutional change
cyberspace
technology
telecommunications
global commons
Abstract: "There is now a growing trend to think that the problems of Internet governance justify a turn towards sovereignty in cyberspace. The lecture challenges the viability of sovereignty in cyberspace on both practical and normative grounds. Three arguments against it are advanced: 1) that there are domains where sovereignty doesn’t belong; 2) that the Internet protocols create a global commons and a non-territorial virtual space; 3) there is no monopoly on the legitimate use of force in cyberspace."

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