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Gustavo Ghidini and Andrea Stazi
Edited by Dana Beldiman
This chapter considers historical approaches to the nature of classes and some of the limitations and inconsistencies in those approaches. It then examines the basic underlying tenets of cyberlaw from past cases and legislation and suggests a new framework for the field, focusing on the role of online intermediaries in digital information exchange. The impact of globalization on the scope of the field is also considered.