'... this work is to be commended as a scholarly and genuine attempt to offer a pragmatic and reasoned solution to a fraught debate where options have too often been limited to a stark binary choice between state regulation or self management.' Martina Gillen, International Journal of Law and Information Technology
'This ambitious work is a broad yet comprehensive analysis of the challenges and technical and legal complexities involved in the co-regulation of cyberspace within the EU ... Marsden's research, both evidence-based and cutting-edge, provides a broad and theoretical though clear overview of the complex legal and technical issues involved in the regulation of the Internet. In particular, this book is an invaluable source of information for those interested in regulatory reform and the ongoing challenges posed by Internet co-regulation.' The Cambridge Law Journal
Internet Co-Regulation draws on state-of-the-art literature and groundbreaking case studies and legal analysis to present a vital insight into Internet regulation in Brussels, London and Washington, revealing the extent to which states, firms and (to a lesser extent but increasingly) citizens are developing a new type of regulatory bargain: co-regulation.