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This paper articulates the Artificial Medium Laws Theory. The theory is comprised of Perceived Psychological Dimensions, namely: sound, picture, moving picture, time and interaction. These dimensions are the building blocks of the theory’s five laws: 1) The Truth in the Medium is Context Dependent, 2) The Stronger Dimension Prevails, 3) Medium with Time Dimension Determines its Usage Length, 4) The More Dimensions the Medium Poses the Weaker the User’s Imagination, and 5) The User is Bound to All the Laws. The theory seeks to explain the artificial medium influence on human users and to suggest potential implications.
Goltz, Nachshon, "The Artificial Medium Laws Theory" (2014). Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper Series. 51.