Regulating with Code
- Governing Through Code: The Manipulable Characteristics of the Law of Cyberspace, presented to the International Communication Association (New Orleans), May30, 2004.
- Manipulating Code: How Society Can Utilize Code as a Regulatory Mechanism, accepted for presentation to the Association of Internet Researchers (Toronto), October 16, 2003.
- Governance Characteristics of “Code”: The Role of Transparency, Defaults, and Standards, presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (Washington D.C.), September 29, 2002.
- How the Architecture of Communication Technologies Regulates Behavior, presented at the National Science Foundation's Graduate Summer WebShop, University of Maryland, June 20, 2001.
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