It helps dispel many of the myths surrounding the Internet, and it rings with a passionate commitment to more democracy in the information age. It powerfully skewers many of the more absurd claims of the new futurists and grounds the debate in the real world of political practice. Loader, editor of The Governance of Cyberspace.
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