Cyberspaces of Everyday Life provides a critical framework for understanding how the Internet takes part in the production of social space. Addressing the social implications of spam and anti-spam legislation, as well as how the Patriot Act has affected the relationship between networked spaces and daily living, Mark Nunes sheds light on the question of virtual space and its role in the offline world.
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