Net Neutrality as Diplomacy
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CitationJonathan Zittrain, Net Neutrality as Diplomacy, 29 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Inter Alia 18 (2010).
AbstractPopular imagination holds that the turf of a state’s foreign embassy is a little patch of its homeland. Enter the American Embassy in Beijing and you are in the United States. Indeed, in many contexts—such as resistance to search and seizure by a host country’s authorities—there is an inviolability to diplomatic outposts. These arrangements have been central to diplomacy for decades so that diplomats can perform their work without fear of harassment and coercion.
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