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Cyberidentities
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This innovative study explores diverse aspects of Canadian and European identity on the information highway and reaches beyond technical issues to confront and explore communication, culture and the culture of communication.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Contents
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  1. Preface
  1. Beyond Infrastructure: Canadian and European Identities in Cyberspace
  2. pp. 5-12
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  1. Part One: Stationary Travelers?
  2. p. 13
  1. The Trans-Canada Highway vs The Information Highway: The Road Less Traveled?
  2. pp. 15-20
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  1. On the (Information) Highway: So Is This a Journey or What?
  2. pp. 21-28
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  1. Part Two: Cyberlaw
  2. p. 29
  1. Human Rights in Cyberspace
  2. pp. 31-46
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  1. Internet and Public Order
  2. pp. 47-54
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  1. The Legal Aspects of Digital Signatures
  2. pp. 55-79
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  1. Part Three: Communities in Cyberspace
  2. p. 91
  1. How Comfortably Does the Internet Sit on Canada's Tundra? Reflections on Public Access to the Information Highway in the North
  2. pp. 83-97
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  1. Policy-Making and the Value of Electronic Forms of Public Debate: Underpinning, Assumptions and First Experiences
  2. pp. 99-109
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  1. Two Canadian Models of Communities on the Net: SchoolNet and Community Access
  2. pp. 111-119
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  1. Teledemocracy in the Province: An Experiment with Internet-Based Software and Public Debate
  2. pp. 121-132
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  1. Part Four: (Business) Opportunities on the Net
  2. p. 133
  1. Work and Community in Networked Organizations
  2. pp. 136-145
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  1. ICTs for SMEs: The SME Wins on the Information Highway
  2. pp. 147-153
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  1. The Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts (CEECT) and Cyberspace
  2. pp. 155-161
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  1. Part Five: The Role of Government
  2. p. 163
  1. The Position of Flanders with Regard to Some Internet-Related Matters
  2. pp. 165-158
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  1. Qu
  2. pp. 169-182
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  1. Advancing Canada's Information Highway: Strategies for the New Millennium
  2. pp. 183-193
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  1. Electronic Commerce Policy and the European Commission
  2. pp. 195-199
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  1. References
  2. pp. 201-210
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  1. Abstracts
  2. pp. 211-218
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  1. About the Authors
  2. pp. 219-220
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