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Uerpmann-Wittzack, Robert


International Internet Law is dealing with Internet regulation. The principal regulatory aim is to guarantee sufficient and reliable information and communication services available for all. Moreover, Internet regulation in a broad sense comprises the protection of individual freedoms and the prevention of dangers. Whereas the Internet and its users must be protected against dangers, certain ...


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