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The Reference Shelf: Internet Law

Table of Contents

Preface



1 The Communications Decency Act and Section



Who Is Responsible for Online Content?



The Trump-Twitter Fight Ropes in the Rest of Silicon Valley



The Law That Made Facebook What It Is Today



Biden Wants Sec. 230 Gone, Calls Tech “Totally Irresponsible,” “Little Creeps”



WSJ, WaPO, NYT Spread False Internet Law Claims



The Fight Over Section 230—And the Internet as We Know It



2 Net Neutrality



Should the Internet Be a Public Utility?



The Wired Guide to Net Neutrality



FCC Chairman: Our Job Is to Protect a Free and Open Internet



What the Microsoft Antitrust Case Taught Us



How the Loss of Net Neutrality Could Change the Internet



Net Neutrality May Be Dead in the US, but Europe Is Still Strongly Committed to Open Internet Access



3 Digital Copyright Law and Open-Source Software



The End of Private (Digital) Ownership?



A Brief History of Open Source Software



Reevaluating the DMCA 22 Years Later: Let’s Think of the Users



To Save Pepe the Frog from the Alt-Right, His Creator Has Invoked Copyright Law’s Darker Side



Twitter Blocks EFF Tweet That Criticized Bogus Takedown of a Previous Tweet



In 2019, Multiple Open Source Companies Changed Course—Is It the Right Move?



With Friends Like AWS, Who Needs an Open Source Business?



4 Privacy and Cybercrime



Hackers, User Rights, and Government Surveillance



Senate Republicans Unveil COVID-19-Specific Privacy Bill



Mixed Messages: Encryption Fight Pits Security Against Privacy



One Man’s Obsessive Fight to Reclaim His Cambridge Analytica Data



A Dark Web Tycoon Pleads Guilty. But How Was He Caught?



Hackers Will Be the Weapon of Choice for Governments in 2020



Proposed US Law Is “Trojan Horse” to Stop Online Encryption, Critics Say



Does the CFAA Apply to Voting Machine Hacks?



Helicopter Government? How the Internet of Things Enables Pushbutton Regulation from a Distance



Doublecheck That Ballot: Controversial Voting Machines Make Their Primary Debut in South Carolina



Zoombombing and the Law



5 Digital Nationalism and the Splinternet



From Unity to Division



Society’s Dependence on the Internet: 5 Cyber Issues the Coronavirus Lays Bare



Battlefield Internet: A Plan for Securing Cyberspace



The Rising Threat of Digital Nationalism



Make the Internet American Again?



Should the U.S. Reclaim Control of the Internet? Evaluating ICANN’s Administrative Oversight since the 2016 Handover



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