This article, the product of extensive interviews across China, asks the following question: What has China's internet revolution meant for its legal system? What does cheaper if not free speech mean for Chinese judges?
Internet Law | Law
Hong Yen Chang Center for Chinese Legal Studies
Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts
Benjamin L. Liebman & Tim Wu,
China's Network Justice,
Chicago Journal of International Law, Vol. 8, p. 257, 2007; Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 07-143
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