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Michael Buckland is Emeritus Professor in the School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley, and Codirector of the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative there.

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Buckland's tour through the essentials of information handling-also because of its clear and mind-refreshing language-opens a new perspective on cyberlaw. The book invites us to take a step back from ever-changing technological characteristics, regulatory reactions, and accumulating caselaw and to take a fresh look at what all this is about, at how our societies create, handle, organize, share and restrict information and at how all this should be done considering our constitutional value systems-in short, to look at information law properly and then from there to discuss and evaluate the implications of technological change. -Herbert Burkert, Jotwell

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