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Information economies are inherently global in reach. Yet the information economy also holds great promise for dramatically decentralizing the production and dissemination of information in all its forms (e.g. print, video, radio, online). This section explores policies that cities, states, nations, and international bodies are developing to encourage a sense of place and individual autonomy and security in an age of global information systems. There is a heavy focus on telecommunications networks.