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The Offensive Internet

Speech, Privacy, and Reputation

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$21.50 • £17.95 • €19.50

ISBN 9780674064317

Publication Date: 05/07/2012

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312 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

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  • Introduction [Saul Levmore and Martha C. Nussbaum]
  • I. The Internet and Its Problems
    • 1. Speech, Privacy, and Reputation on the Internet [Daniel J. Solove]
    • 2. Civil Rights in Our Information Age [Danielle Keats Citron]
    • 3. The Internet’s Anonymity Problem [Saul Levmore]
    • 4. Objectification and Internet Misogyny [Martha C. Nussbaum]
  • II. Reputation
    • 5. Believing False Rumors [Cass R. Sunstein]
    • 6. Reputation Regulation: Disclosure and the Challenge of Clandestinely Commensurating Computing [Frank Pasquale]
    • 7. Youthful Indiscretion in an Internet Age [Anupam Chander]
    • 8. Academic Administrators and the Challenge of Social-Networking Websites [Karen M. Bradshaw and Souvik Saha]
  • III. Speech
    • 9. Cleaning Cyber-Cesspools: Google and Free Speech [Brian Leiter]
    • 10. Privacy, the First Amendment, and the Internet [Geoffrey R. Stone]
    • 11. Foul Language: Some Ruminations on Cohen v. California [John Deigh]
  • IV. Privacy
    • 12. Collective Privacy [Lior Jacob Strahilevitz]
    • 13. Privacy on Social Networks: Norms, Markets, and Natural Monopoly [Ruben Rodrigues]
  • Notes
  • Contributors
  • Index

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