Techdirt Podcast Episode 70: Is It Futile To Draw Borders On The Internet?

from the not-so-global dept

In a world defined by borders for thousands of years, the global nature of the internet has caused all sorts of confusion and absurdity. Geographically restricted content, fuzzily defined jurisdictions, libel tourism — these are all symptoms of a border-filled world coming to terms with a borderless network. Since attempts to carve up the internet along geographical lines aren't likely to stop anytime soon, this week we ask the question: are such attempts futile, and could online borders really serve any purpose to begin with?

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Filed Under: borders, internet, internet freedom, techdirt podcast


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