Cynthia Townley
Macquarie University
Common goods are notoriously vulnerable to destructive overuse. Indeed, certain online activities, such as spam, can jeopardize the very existence of the Internet. We defend an account of the net as a common good that provides the grounds for assessing various strategies for spam reduction.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy
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DOI pcw200512213
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