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نتایج جستجو برای Cyberspace

تعداد نتایج: 1471  
2005
Michael Fanning,

Abstract: The paper introduces 'Legal Cyberspace' which can be regarded as a tool for exploring other legal worlds. In practical terms legal cyberspace is a computer-generated interactive graphics environment, i.e. a system of databases and knowledge-base applications rather than a specific application. Developed from difficulties gaining access to foreign legal material for a research project ...

2010
David J. Gunkel,

Knowledge about cyberspace is shaped and delimited by the questions we ask and the kinds of inquiries we pursue. Questioning, of course, is never objective or neutral. As Martin Heidegger demonstrates, a question, no matter how carefully articulated, necessarily harbors preconceptions and pre-understandings that direct and regulate inquiry (24). When we ask, for example, whether cyberspace port...

Journal: :IEEE Computer 2001
Jeffrey M. Bradshaw,

During the 1940s, under the pseudonym of Will Stewart, Jack Williamson published a series of fictional stories describing a process for attaching atmospheres to planets in order to make them capable of sustaining life. ‘Terraforming,’ the term he coined for this activity was first picked up by other science fiction writers. Eventually, it captured the imagination of a small but zealous core of ...

1998
John Perry, Elizabeth Macken, Neil Scott, Jan McKinley,

Computers, the internet, and the larger communications network of which it is a part, provide an informational structure within which many of us spend a large part of our working day and a significant part of our leisure. We are, during those periods, “infonauts in cyberspace,” using the internet to get information from places near and remote, and acting in various ways through the internet to ...

Journal: :IJCWT 2012
Kris E. Barcomb, Dennis J. Krill, Robert F. Mills, Michael A. Saville,

International norms governing appropriate conduct in cyberspace are immature, leaving politicians, diplomats, and military authorities to grapple with the challenges of defending against and executing hostilities in cyberspace. Cyberspace is unlike the traditional physical domains where actions occur at specific geographic places and times. Rules governing conduct in the traditional domains eme...

2013
Jong-Youl Hong, Sang-Heon Kim, Jeong-Hee Kim,

These days, the issue of diversity is very familiar to us. This is likely due to the advent of the phenomenon of a multi-cultural society. Naturally, concern and research about urban space and diversity has risen. The strategies of the EU based on ‘intercultural strategy’ contribute to the development of cultural diversity. The representative example is ‘Intercultural City Project’. The zones f...

Journal: :حقوق اسلامی 0
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1998
Robert M. Kitchin,

This article uses two cyberspatial technologies, namely, the Internet (the global network of connected computers), and its close cousins, intranets (closed, private corporate telematic networks), to illustrate the ways in which geographers have engaged, and could engage, with studies of cyberspace. Virtual reality technologies are not discussed explicitly as, in the main, they are still at an e...

1995
Pieter Kleve, Leo van der Wees,

It has been stated that information is almost impossible to control. Especially in a society which has become heavily networked. If this statement is true, it must have consequences for the position of system administrators (sysadmins) and bulletin board system operators (sysops). Will they be liable for (il)legal activities on their systems? Will they play an important role in the disseminatio...

Journal: :The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 1999
J M Deirmenjian,

The Internet has revolutionized communication on a global level while creating a medium for stalking. Cyberstalking has emerged as a new form of stalking behavior. While 10 states have passed laws against electronic harassment, there has been great debate about whether electronic stalking constitutes criminal behavior or whether a perpetrator is entitled First Amendment protection. In the psych...