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Mit Normen gegen Internet-Fragmentierung

Matthias C. Kettemann writes about the normative change on the Internet in his curent article on the blog of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG). 

Recently, Daniel Lambach argued here that cyberspace was not right now “in danger of breaking apart” but that a “substantially more destructive kind of fragmentation” was possible. I will add to his interesting take on territorializing cyberspace by providing a different approach to solving the challenges of fragmentation. (...)

Kettemann, M.C. (2019): How an Online Order Fights Fragmentation, HIIG Digital Society Blog, 20 August 2019.

You can read the whole article on the blog of the HIIG.

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