The Co-Regulatory Scheme for Internet Content Regulation: operational effectiveness
AbstractThe debate about the likely effectives of a Scheme to regulate the access to certain Internet content during the hearings of the Select Senate Select Committee and during the parliamentary debates was characterized by a great diversity of opinion. This paper describes these opinions and then examines the claims made about the operational effectiveness of the Co-Regulatory Scheme for Internet Content Regulation since its inception on 1 January 2000.
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