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This chapter reminds us of the key concepts of international regime formation and points to several relevant historical international regimes. It then takes us back to the global contestation of the New World Information and Communications Order (NWICO), where some of the more influential civil society actors in the information society got their start. This chapter also illustrates how the ideological battles being fought in NWICO were continued into the broader restructuring of the international telecommunications regime (ITR), leading to what the chapter calls the Global Electronic Commerce versus the Global Information Society (GIS) debate. This framing of the debate highlights the differences between the principles and values required to facilitate the development of a corporate-driven global electronic commerce (GEC) regime in contrast to an open and people-centered GIS regime.
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- From NWICO to Global eCommerce: Telecommunications Restructuring and the GII
Derrick L. Cogburn
- Palgrave Macmillan US
- Chapter 3