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978-1-4985-1270-1 • Hardback • October 2015 • $102.00 • (£78.00)
978-1-4985-1272-5 • Paperback • July 2017 • $47.99 • (£37.00)
978-1-4985-1271-8 • eBook • October 2015 • $45.50 • (£35.00)
Robert J. Domanski is an instructor of political science and computer science at the City University of New York.
Chapter 1—Framing the Question, “Who Governs the Internet?”
Chapter 2—A Brief History of the Internet as Told Through Four Policy Layers
Chapter 3—Who Governs the Infrastructure?
Chapter 4—Who Governs the Technical Protocols?
Chapter 5—Who Governs the Applications?
Chapter 6—Who Governs the Content?
Chapter 7—Analysis of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace (NSSC)
Problem Definition: How to Defend the Nation’s Critical Cyber Assets from Attack?
The Policymaking Process and Policy Design Behind the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace (NSSC)
Implementation and the Emerging Bureaucratic Regime
Cybersecurity Policy and Politics in the Obama Administration
Cybersecurity Policy In Action: What Actually Happens in the Face of a Cyberattack?
What This Case Study on U.S. National Cybersecurity Policy Demonstrates: The Primacy of Private Commercial Firms
Chapter 8—Internet Policymaking Moving Forward
Domanski's book presents a thoughtful deconstruction of the power brokers on the Internet. His model sets an important foundation for scholars to explore the implications of the Internet in multiple disciplines.
— Kevin M. Wagner, Florida Atlantic University