Tussle in Cyberspace: Defining Tomorrow’s Internet David D.clark, John Wroclawski Karen R.Sollins, Robert Braden 20023146 Jonghwan Kim email@example.com Abstract This paper explores important reality that surrounds the Internet today.
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David D.clark, John Wroclawski
Karen R.Sollins, Robert Braden
20023146 Jonghwan Kim
=> They makes tussles in Cyberspace
=>These can be examined with implications for research and network design principles.
=>Users should be able to choose with whom they interact and the level of transparency they offer to other users.
-- by the principle of “design for choice”
=>We can defend on third parties or regulation,public opinion and so on.
=>We can exercise to speculate about whether openness tussles can be modularized,and what this means for mechanism design.
=> One can from the past.