Keynote Speech: The Use and Abuse of the Internet in the the Age of InfoTerror
It is wonderful to be back at St Antony's, and even better to return at the behest of students. Change in disciplines and institutions, especially venerable ones like Oxford's, comes slowly and usually from below and outside. So I want to applaud the St Antony’s International Review and the Oxford Internet Institute for their joint efforts to innovate academic approaches as well as to advocate new policies for the Internet. My 'untimely meditation' on the Internet is presented in the spirit of essays written under the same title by Friedrich Nietzsche in the 1870s. ...
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Document Type: Commentary
Publication date: 2007-05-01
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