Chapter 6: Conclusions on the future of cyberlaw
This chapter draws together threads of discussions raised in the preceding chapter to suggest ways forward for the development of the cyberlaw field with an enhanced focus on the role of online intermediaries in a globalized digital world. While it does not provide specific answers to many of the conundrums facing legislators about balancing intellectual property, privacy, reputational and other rights and interests in the digital world, it hopefully provides a more concrete and cohesive framework within which to debate future law reforms domestically and globally.
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