When considering boundaries as defined by Lessig, how do we consider internal, psychological boundaries? If Ann Arbor Jake is a quiet, unassuming student at the University of Michigan in “meat-space”, but a murderous misogynist online in cyberspace, does that constitute a single person? How does it have legal or moral impact in “meat-space”? Why should it?
Which is more likely to have long-term impact on the “regulability” of digital civilization: governments, business models, ideologies, sociological evolution, technology or something else? Why?
If code can be hacked and laws have loopholes, how stable or reliable can the limn space be and how can that be perceived? Desirable, undesirable or indeterminate?