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Who Governs the Internet?

A Political Architecture

by Robert J. Domanski

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This book will present a new conceptual framework for analysis that deconstructs the Internet into four policy "layers" with the aim of formulating a new political architecture that accurately maps out and depicts authority on the Internet today. Foremost, it will seek to draw a distinction between those actors who have a demonstrable policymaking authority versus those who merely wield influence. The book will then apply this four-layer model to an analysis of U.S. national cybersecurity policy, post-9/11. Ultimately, it will seek to determine the consequences of these political arrangements and governance policies.

Publication Details

Publisher:
Lexington Books
Publication Date:
2015

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Robert J. Domanski (Author)

Robert J. Domanski is an instructor of political science and computer science at the City University of New York.

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