Good for Liberty, Bad for Security? Global Civil Society and the Securitization of the Internet

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This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction, Global Civic Networks in the Internet Environment, Internet Protection and Hacktivism, Toward Uncivil Society Networks and the Rise of Dark Nets, Assertions of State Power Over Civic, Resistance, and Dark Nets in Cyberspace, Filtering Data Analysis, Securing and Filtering Blogs, Evolving Techniques: Just-in-Time Blocking, DoS, and Computer Network Attack, Conclusions, Notes