Access contested : security, identity, and resistance in Asian cyberspace information revolution and global politics / edited by Ronald Deibert [and 3 others]. - Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, ©2012. - 1 online resource (xv, 414 pages) : illustrations. - JSTOR eBooks Information revolution and global politics . - Information revolution & global politics. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I Access contested: Theory and analysis. Access contested: toward the fourth phase of cyberspace controls / Ronald Deibert [and others] ; Contesting cyberspace and the coming crisis of authority / Ronald Deibert, Rafal Rohozinski ; The struggle for digital freedom of speech: the Malaysian sociopolitical biogosphere's experience / Vee Vian Thien ; Sexing the Internet: censorship, surveillance, and the body politic(s) of Malaysia / Heike Jensen [and others] ; Internet politics in Thailand after the 2006 coup: regulation by code and a contested ideological terrain / Pirongrong Ramasoota ; Competing values regarding Internet use in "free" Philippine social institutions / Erwin A. Alampay, Joselito C. Olpoc, Regina M. Hechanova ; Interconnected contests: distributed denial of service attacks and other digital control measures in Asia / Hal Roberts, Ethan Zuckerman, John Palfrey ; Control and resistance: attacks on Burmese opposition media / Nart Villeneuve, Masashi Crete-Nishihata ; China and Global Internet governance: a tiger by the tail / Milton L. Mueller ; Corporate accountability in networked Asia / Rebecca MacKinnonn -- Part II Country profiles and regional overview. Introduction to the country profiles. Asia overview ; Bangladesh ; Burma ; China ; India ; Indonesia ; Malaysia ; Pakistan ; South Korea ; Thailand ; Vietnam.

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22573/ctt5hb732 JSTOR

Cyberspace--Government policy--Asia.
Computer security--Asia.
Computers--Access control--Asia.
Internet--Government policy--Asia.

HM851 / .A253 2012