Without A Net
The Internet is vulnerable to viruses so lethal that they could gravely damage the online worldunless we upgrade law and technology now.
By Jonathan Zittrain
National boundaries have survived in the virtual worldand allowed national laws to exert control over the Internet.
By Jack Goldsmith And Timothy Wu
Dragon Slayers Or Tax Evaders?
Buying and selling imaginary goods in computer-game worlds is big business. Now let's figure out whether gamers should pay real-world taxes on virtual treasures.
By Julian Dibbell
My Brain Made Me Do It
Breakthroughs in neuroscience are changing our understanding of criminal culpability. That worries a leading neuroscientistbut it shouldn't worry lawyers or judges.
By Nicholas Thompson
Cool Tools For Tyrants
The latest American technology helps the Chinese government and other repressive regimes clamp down.
By Derek Bambauer