This title was first published in 2003. This text is part of the "Law of Cyberspace" series, which deals with the legal aspects of the emerging information society and corresponding ethical matters. The book examines the international dimensions of cyberspace law and the timeliness of drawing up the most appropriate international standard instrument for this environment, exploring ways and means of achieving it and defining the organization's precise role in this respect. The text presents the framework that UNESCO is helping to develop for the international community, with the participation of all the actors in cyberspace, aiming to be ethical, flexible and technologically neutral, multiform, and universal.
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