Cyberpornography, cyberidentities and law

Chatterjee, Bela (2000) Cyberpornography, cyberidentities and law. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 14 (1). pp. 89-93. ISSN 1360-0869

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In this research, I take the established trilogy of pornography, identity and law and explore the question of what happens when 'cyber' is added to the equation. Informed by cyberpunk writings, cybertheorists and academic sources, and using such theoretical frameworks as queer theory, post-feminism and cyberfeminism, I look at how the (inter)relationship between pornography, identity and law can be understood and analysed in a cyber age: what new cyberpornographies and cyberidentities will evolve before the law, and what forms might law take in relation to them?

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