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A ordem normativa da Internet

Author: Kettemann, M. C.
Published in: Revista Culturas Jurídicas, 7(17), 224–239
Year: 2020
Type: Academic articles
DOI: 10.22409/rcj.v7i17.1020

This article reflects on the performance of the Law on the Internet, recognizing that there are already rules applied to the Internet, but identifying the absence of an underlying structural order. Thus, the argument it presents is the need for order to stabilize normative expectations and to understand the implementation of the purpose of socio-political processes within Internet governance. The conclusion points out that there has been a normative turnaround in the Internet, allowing the norms that affect its use and development to self-constitutionalize and develop and legitimize other norms of the Internet itself.

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Matthias C. Kettemann, Prof. Dr. LL.M. (Harvard)

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