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During a panel organized by the American Society of International Law entitled Global Networks, New Technologies and International Law, Roberta Balstad Miller, of the Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), spoke of the “anarchic” internet.
It has no priorities. It makes no judgments. It treats every piece of information like any other. As a result, systems for managing electronic information are required that will permit users to search for (and find) materials relevant to their needs. However, the very flexibility of the Internet, and in particular the Web, that allows individuals and organizations to share electronic materials easily also creates, in turn, new problems for users. They must be able to: identify online materials that originate in a broad variety of organizations; depend on their being available over time; and evaluate the quality of the materials and organization that produce them.