Noel Hampson, “Hacktivism, Anonymous & a New Breed of Protest in a Networked World”

Anonymous is Friendly?

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Noah Hampson (Boston College Law School) has posted “Hacktivism, Anonymous & a New Breed of Protest in a Networked World”, Boston College International and Comparative Law Review, Forthcoming. The abstract reads:

This paper explores the existing legal regimes in the US and the UK governing hacktivism,. It argues for First Amendment protection for a narrow subset of certain forms of hacktivism.

Download the paper via SSRN here.

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