Twenty years have passed since Johnson and Post’s seminal Law and Borders article appeared in the Stanford Law Review. Its core questions about the Internet, the rule of law, and national sovereignty remain largely unanswered. Today’s headlines and court dockets regularly highlight disputes about which countries’ laws and values will govern Internet users’ online behavior, including their free expression rights. Read more about Law, Borders, and Speech
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