Zoning Laws in Cyberspace
The limits that Congress is contemplating on telecommunications could bring civil rights to a halt.
Thursday, July 13, 1995
There are, as yet, no zonings laws in cyberspace. You can hang a garish neon sign and set up shop practically anywhere you like on the information frontier, and there isn't much anyone can do about it. You don't even have to be a virtual Donald Trump. Land here is cheap.
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