Thursday, 6 December 2007

I find this article interesting for several reasons:
- first the notion of public and private: yes, the internet blurred the distinction; Facebook is an excellent example where private matters become public without people realising the implications in legal terms
- second, the role of ISPs as contents providers rather than providing a telecommunication service
all that has indirect consequences for cybercrime (3rd December 2007)
and (30th November 2007)

versus ISPs just facilitators: " Citizen Journalism Site Sued Over Content Posted By User" (29 November 2007)

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