The model of cyberspace and spontaneous ordering

The model of cyberspace and spontaneous ordering that is premised on the idea that the Internet is a self-governing realm of individual liberty, beyond the reach of government control. The model of transnational institutions and international organizations which is based on the notion that Internet governance inherently transcends national borders and hence that the most appropriate institutions are transnational quasi-private cooperatives or international organizations based on treaty arrangements between national governments. The model of code and Internet architecture that is based on the notion that many regulatory decisions are made by the communications protocols and other software that determine how the Internet operates. The model of national governments and law that is based on the idea that as the Internet grows in importance fundamental regulatory decisions will be made by national governments through legal regulation. The model of market regulation and economics that assumes that market forces drive the fundamental decisions about the nature of the Internet.

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