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Introduction: The Potential of the Internet Revisited

Abstract : In the space of little more than a decade the Internet has moved from the preserve of computer geeks and academics to becoming a global media of central concern for political actors and government policy makers and the public. Barely a day goes by without the Internet being declared as a panacea to a host of social and political problems or, alternatively, being held responsible for the promotion of pornography, racism and terrorism. [Article's first paragraph]
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Stephen Ward, Thierry Vedel. Introduction: The Potential of the Internet Revisited. Parliamentary Affairs, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2006, 59 (2), pp.210 - 225. ⟨hal-01475868⟩

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