Encyclopedia of Internet Policies and Issues (10 Volume set)

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Steffen Friedmann (Editor)
Thomas Nussbaum (Editor)

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM060000

Encyclopedia of Internet Policies and Issues organizes researchers from around the world in internet policy and related disciplines and maintains an up-to-date reference work for readers worldwide. Please review the Table of Contents for more in-depth information.

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Table of Contents

Volume 1
Chapter 1. Information Security: Agencies Need to Improve Cyber Incident Response Practices
Chapter 2. Cyber Operations in DOD Policy and Plans: Issues for Congress
Chapter 3. Cybersecurity Issues and Challenges: In Brief
Chapter 4. The 2013 Cybersecurity Executive Order: Overview and Considerations for Congress
Chapter 5. 2015 Broadband Progress Report and Notice of Inquiry on Immediate Action to Accelerate Deployment
Chapter 6. Broadband Internet Access and the Digital Divide: Federal Assistance Programs
Chapter 7. Cybersecurity: Bank and Other Depository Regulators Need Better Data Analytics and Depository Institutions Want More Usable Threat Information
Chapter 8. Information Security: FDIC Implemented Many Controls over Financial Systems, but Opportunities for Improvement Remain

Volume 2
Chapter 9. Broadband Availability Beyond the Rural/Urban Divide
Chapter 10. Competition Among U.S. Broadband Service Providers
Chapter 11. Broadband Availability in the Workplace
Chapter 12. Broadband Internet: FCC Should Track the Application of Fixed Internet Usage-Based Pricing and Help Improve Consumer Education
Chapter 13. Internet of Things: Privacy and Security in a Connected World
Chapter 14. Internet of Things Workshop Report: Separate Statement of Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen
Chapter 15. Internet of Things Workshop Report: Dissenting Statement of Commissioner Joshua D. Wright
Chapter 16. Careful Connections: Building Security in the Internet of Things
Chapter 17. Testimony of Mike Abbott, General Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Hearing on ”The Connected World: Examining the Internet of Things”
Chapter 18. Testimony of Justin Brookman, Director, Consumer Privacy, Center for Democracy and Technology. Hearing on ”The Connected World: Examining the Internet of Things”
Chapter 19. Statement of Douglas Davis, Vice President and General Manager, Internet of Things Group, Intel. Hearing on ”The Connected World: Examining the Internet of Things”
Chapter 20. Testimony of Lance Donny, Chief Executive Officer, OnFarm. Hearing on ”The Connected World: Examining the Internet of Things”
Chapter 21. Testimony of Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Hearing on ”The Connected World: Examining the Internet of Things”
Chapter 22. Cybersecurity and Information Sharing: Legal Challenges and Solutions
Chapter 23. Legislation to Facilitate Cybersecurity Information Sharing: Economic Analysis
Chapter 24. Cybersecurity and Information Sharing: Comparison of H.R. 1560 and H.R. 1731
Chapter 25. Executive Order 13691: Promoting Private Sector Cybersecurity Information Sharing

Volume 3
Chapter 26. Internet Governance and the Domain Name System: Issues for Congress
Chapter 27. Cybersecurity, Innovation and the Internet Economy
Chapter 28. The Using of and Attitudes Toward Internet and Information and Communication Technologies in Different Age Groups
Chapter 29. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Application to the Internet
Chapter 30. ”Amazon” Laws and Taxation of Internet Sales: Constitutional Analysis
Chapter 31. State Taxation of Internet Transactions
Chapter 32. Enabling End-To-End QoS Guarantees in the Next Generation Internet with Service Overlay Networks
Chapter 33. Testimony of Colleen Abdoulah, Chairwoman and CEO, WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone. Hearing on ”The Cable Act at 20”
Chapter 34. China, Internet Freedom, and U.S. Policy
Chapter 35. Testimony of Xiao Qiang, Founder and Chief Editor, China Digital Times. Hearing on ”China’s Censorship of the Internet and Social Media: The Human Toll and Trade Impact”
Chapter 36. Testimony of Gilbert B. Kaplan, President, Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws. Hearing on ”China’s Censorship of the Internet and Social Media: The Human Toll and Trade Impact”
Chapter 37. Testimony of Ed Black, President and CEO, Computer & Communications Industry Association. Hearing on ”China’s Censorship of the Internet and Social Media: The Human Toll and Trade Impact”
Chapter 38. Internet Gambling: An Overview of Federal Criminal Law
Chapter 39. Remote Automatic Checking System for Multiple Emergency Lights via Internet
Chapter 40. Computer Networks, the Internet and Green IT: Effectively Managing Computer Network Resources
Chapter 41. Internet Pharmacies: Federal Agencies and States Face Challenges Combating Rogue Sites, Particularly Those Abroad
Chapter 42. Statement of Geoffrey Blackwell, Chief, Office of Native Affairs and Policy, Federal Communications Commission. Hearing on ”Internet Infrastructure in Native Communities: Equal Access to E-Commerce, Jobs and the Global Marketplace”

Volume 4
Chapter 43. Statement of Kurt Pritz, Senior Vice President, Stakeholder Relations, Internet Corporation For Assisgned Names and Numbers (ICAAN). Hearing on ”ICANN’s Top Level Domain Name Program”
Chapter 44. Affirmation of Commitments by the United States Department of Commerce and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Chapter 45. Statement of Senator Sherrod Brown, Co-chairman, Congressional-Executive Commission on China. Hearing on ”China’s Censorship of the Internet and Social Media: The Human Toll and Trade Impact”
Chapter 46. Testimony of Alex Li. Hearing on ”China’s Censorship of the Internet and Social Media: The Human Toll and Trade Impact”
Chapter 47. U.S. Initiatives to Promote Global Internet Freedom: Issues, Policy, and Technology
Chapter 48. Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) and Its Implementing Regulations
Chapter 49. Broadband Internet Access and the Digital Divide: Federal Assistance Programs
Chapter 50. Internet-Based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Chapter 51. Internet Governance and the Domain Name System: Issues for Congress
Chapter 52. Internet Domain Names: Background and Policy Issues
Chapter 53. Testimony of Jeremy Allaire, Chairman and CEO, Circle Internet Financial. Hearing on ”Beyond Silk Road: Potential Risks, Threats, and Promises of Virtual Currencies”
Chapter 54. The First Responder Network (FirstNet) and Next-Generation Communications for Public Safety: Issues for Congress
Chapter 55. Public-Safety Broadband Network: FirstNet Should Strengthen Internal Controls and Evaluate Lessons Learned
Chapter 56. Testimony of Susan Swenson, Chairwoman, First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet). Hearing on ”Three Years Later: Are We Any Closer To A Nationwide Public Safety Wireless Broadband Network?”
Chapter 57. Testimony of Todd J. Zinser, Inspector General, U.S. Department of Commerce. Hearing on ”Three Years Later: Are We Any Closer To A Nationwide Public Safety Wireless Broadband Network?”
Chapter 58. Broadband: Intended Outcomes and Effectiveness of Efforts to Address Adoption Barriers Are Unclear
Chapter 59. Broadband Performance: Additional Actions Could Help FCC Evaluate Its Efforts to Inform Consumers
Chapter 60. Municipal Broadband: Background and Policy Debate
Chapter 61. Community-Based Broadband Solutions: The Benefits of Competition and Choice for Community Development and Highspeed Internet Access

Volume 5
Chapter 62. Internet Governance and the Domain Name System: Issues for Congress
Chapter 63. The Future of Internet Governance: Should the United States Relinquish Its Authority Over ICANN?
Chapter 64. Internet Management: Structured Evaluation Could Help Assess Proposed Transition of Key Domain Name and Other Technical Functions
Chapter 65. Redefining Communication with 5G Mobile Technology
Chapter 66. Advanced QoS-Based User-Centric Aggregation (AQUA) Framework for User Terminals in 5G Mobile Networks
Chapter 67. TCP 5G for Next Generation High Speed Mobile Networks
Chapter 68. Survey on Human Activity Recognition Systems Using RF Signals
Chapter 69. Telecommunications: Additional Coordination and Performance Measurement Needed for High-Speed Internet Access Programs on Tribal Lands
Chapter 70. Statement of Brandon McBride, Administrator for the Rural Utilities Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Oversight Hearing on ”High-Speed Internet Access Programs on Tribal Lands”
Chapter 71. Statement of Gigi B. Sohn, Counselor to the Chairman, Federal Communciations Commission. Oversight Hearing on ”High-Speed Internet Access Programs on Tribal Lands”
Chapter 72. Testimony of Julie Kitka, President, Alaska Federation of Natives. Oversight Hearing on ”High-Speed Internet Access Programs on Tribal Lands”
Chapter 73. Testimony of Godfrey Enjady, President, National Tribal Telecommunications Association. Oversight Hearing on ”High-Speed Internet Access Programs on Tribal Lands”

Volume 6
Chapter 74. Industrial Wireless Sensors Network with an IoT -Internet of Things- Platform
Chapter 75. The Importance of Internet of Things Governance: A Public-Private Partnerships for Technical Cooperation
Chapter 76. Internet of Things: Architectures, Technologies and Applications
Chapter 77. Digital Capital as a Mobility Channel for Ethnic Minorities
Chapter 78. Globalization and Self-Reliance: Integrating Africa into the Global Information Space
Chapter 79. Impacting the Digital Divide on a Global Scale: Case Studies of Mobile Technology Integration in Schools around the World
Chapter 80. Do Levels of Social Competence Influence the Perception of Social Affordances among Students with Low Levels of Education? An Exploratory Case Study of the Relationship between Offline and Online Socializing Factors
Chapter 81. Withering Opportunity: Technology Implementation in K-12 Schools, the Opportunity Gap and the Evolving Digital Divide
Chapter 82. The Digital Divide: In Search of the Positive Sides of Techno-Dependence on Smartphones
Chapter 83. E-Learning in Higher Education: The Digital Divide and Culture
Chapter 84. Digital Trade and U.S. Trade Policy
Chapter 85. Digital Economy and Cross-Border Trade: The Value of Digitally-Deliverable Services
Chapter 86. U.S. Semiconductor Manufacturing: Industry Trends, Global Competition, Federal Policy

Volume 7
Chapter 87. Broadband Deployment: Status and Federal Programs
Chapter 88. Defining Broadband: Minimum Threshold Speeds and Broadband Policy
Chapter 89. Access to Broadband Networks: Net Neutrality
Chapter 90. The Net Neutrality Debate: Access to Broadband Networks
Chapter 91. Broadband Internet Access and the Digital Divide: Federal Assistance Programs (Updated)
Chapter 92. Broadband Loan and Grant Programs in the USDA’s Rural Utilities Service (Updated)
Chapter 93. Broadband Internet: FCC’s Data Overstate Access on Tribal Lands
Chapter 94. Tribal Broadband: Few Partnerships Exist and the Rural Utilities Service Needs to Identify and Address Any Funding Barriers Tribes Face
Chapter 95. Tribal Broadband: FCC’s Data Overstate Access, and Tribes Face Barriers Accessing Funding
Chapter 96. Tribal Broadband: FCC Should Undertake Efforts to Better Promote Tribal Access to Spectrum
Chapter 97. Tribal Broadband: Status of Deployment and Federal Funding Programs

Volume 8
Chapter 98. Bonding and Internet Addiction in Adolescent Boys and Girls in Hong Kong
Chapter 99. Suicide Prevention using the Internet: Mini-Review and a Case Study in Online Gatekeeping Activity
Chapter 100. The Curated Internet Portal: A Morphogenetic Approach to Digital Multimedia for College Resources
Chapter 101. Net Neutrality: Selected Legal Issues Raised by the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet Order
Chapter 102. Learning Internet-Based Real-Time Multiple Signal Sensing using Cloud Management
Chapter 103. Associations between Parental Problematic Internet Use and Their Children’s Mental Health: A Parent-Child Dyad Study
Chapter 104. Bonding and Internet Addiction in Hong Kong
Chapter 105. The Internet and Suicide
Chapter 106. Digital and Internet Marketing: Crucial Business Management Landscape
Chapter 107. The Neuroimaging Progress of Internet Gaming Disorder: The Dark Side of Gaming
Chapter 108. Internet Gaming Disorder, Children, and Prevention
Chapter 109. Direct Marketing on the Internet: Implications on Customer Acquisition, Repeat Buying, and Firm Performance
Chapter 110. Cybercrime Influence on Personal, National and International Security while using the Internet
Chapter 111. Health Literacy: How the Internet has Changed the way People Receive Health Information
Chapter 112. The Internet and Social Media Use among Adolescents: Pitfalls and Benefits
Chapter 113. Reed Solomon Codes for Reliable Communication in Internet of Things

Volume 9
Chapter 114. The Internet Tax Freedom Act: In Brief
Chapter 115. Taxation of Internet Sales and Access: Legal Issues
Chapter 116. Critical Review of the Internet Crimes Law in Turkey: Social Structure, Social Media and Legislative Regulations
Chapter 117. Internet Addiction and Flow Experience
Chapter 118. Internet and Novel Technology Addiction: The Latest Epidemic
Chapter 119. The Role of Attachment Style and Social Anxiety in Internet Addiction
Chapter 120. Towards an Epidemiological Model of Internet Addiction
Chapter 121. The Mental Health Literacy of Internet Addiction among Adolescents: An Initial Measure Development and Validation
Chapter 122. The Influence of Traditional Accounting Systems on Internet Financial Reporting by Local Government Authorities
Chapter 123. DOD Supply Chain: Suspect Counterfeit Electronic Parts Can Be Found on Internet Purchasing Platforms
Chapter 124. Testimony of Michael Beckerman, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Internet Association. Hearing on ”The Disrupter Series: How the Sharing Economy Creates Jobs, Benefits Consumers, and Raises Policy Questions”
Chapter 125. The Advocacy of Terrorism on the Internet: Freedom of Speech Issues and the Material Support Statutes
Chapter 126. Management Information System Benefits on the Management Process in the Internet Environment
Chapter 127. 5G: The Path Towards Zetabyte and the Internet of Things
Chapter 128. 5G Mobile: Infrastructures, Internet of Things and Business Models
Chapter 129. 5G Infrastructures: Sensors and Internet of Things
Chapter 130. Communication in the Internet of Things
Chapter 131. The Effects of Internet and Mobile Experiences on Mobile Learning Acceptance in Higher Education
Chapter 132. Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Online Mindfulness Training for Panic Disorder
Chapter 133. Psychological Interventions on the Internet for Social Anxiety
Chapter 134. Internet Related to Suicide
Chapter 135. A Meta-Analysis of Internet Addiction Prevalence among Iranian Youth from 2006-2016
Chapter 136. Internet of Things: The Role of Ethical Issues in Social Acceptance of Technology

Volume 10
Chapter 137. Cyberbullying and Mental Health: Internet-Based Interventions for Children and Young People
Chapter 138. Smart E-Learning Using Internet Things and Cumulative Dragonfly Neural Network Prediction Model for Personalized Learning
Chapter 139. Terrorist Threats on the Internet: European Union Realities
Chapter 140. Internet Privacy: Additional Federal Authority Could Enhance Consumer Protection and Provide Flexibility
Chapter 141. Internet Privacy and Data Security: Additional Federal Authority Could Enhance Consumer Protection and Provide Flexibility
Chapter 142. What Legal Obligations do Internet Companies Have to Prevent and Respond to a Data Breach?
Chapter 143. Working-Class Adolescents’ Identities through Internet Use: A Psychoanalytic Perspective
Chapter 144. Terrorism, Violent Extremism, and the Internet: Free Speech Considerations
Chapter 145. Problematic Internet Use
Chapter 146. Fear and Loathing: Tribalism in the Age of the Internet
Chapter 147. A Study on Internet Banking (IB) Experience: The Role of Demographics in the Indian Context
Chapter 148. Patient Empowerment in the Internet Era: The Role of E-Health Literacy
Chapter 149. Wireless Internet: FCC Should Assess Making Off-School-Premises Access Eligible for Additional Federal Support
Chapter 150. The Importance of Internet of Things (IoT): Applications and Security Challenges
Chapter 151. Recruiting Women for Terrorism via Internet in the Western Balkans
Chapter 152. Adolescent Fertility, Internet Usage, and Cyber Feminism: Cross National Study Using Bio-Ecological Framework
Chapter 153. Research of the University Psychological Service: Valuable and Semantic Orientations of Students with Internet Addiction
Chapter 154. The Internet and the Heterotopia of the Postmetropolis
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