Doctoral Researcher Erica Basu Presents on Privacy and Data Protection in India

NetGov Lab Doctoral Researcher, Erica Diya Basu, presented her work on privacy and data protection in India at the inaugural TriSchool PhD Research Conference hosted on Friday, February 22, by American University’s School of Communication, School of International Service, and the School of Public Affairs. 

Dr. Nanette Levinson Discusses the Role of "Policy Learning" in Internet Governance

How do we maximize our learning from these “fractal,” global, and multi-stakeholder discussions of internet governance? This was one of the questions at the center of the discussion led by IGL Faculty Director, Dr. Nanette Levinson, on Friday, February 12 as part of the IGL 2019 Speaker Series.

Dr. Laura DeNardis to Speak at 15th Annual State of the Net Conference

Internet Governance Lab Faculty Director Dr. Laura DeNardis, Professor at AU’s School of Communication, will speak on the panel “Internet Governance: Sovereignty or a New Geopolitical Order?” at the 15th Annual State of the Net Conference on January 29, 2019 hosted at the Newseum in Washington, DC.

Dr. Laura DeNardis and Ms. Samantha Bradshaw Publish New Paper on DNS Privacy in Policy & Internet

Internet Governance Lab Faculty Director Dr. Laura DeNardis and Ms. Samantha Bradshaw, D.Phil. candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute have co-published a paper titled "Privacy by Infrastructure: The Unresolved Case of the Domain Name System" in Policy & Internet.

NetGov Lab Welcomes AU Fulbright Fellow Mr. Emir Sfaxi as a Fellow and Global Scholar

The Internet Governance Lab is pleased to welcome Emir Sfaxi, a Fulbright Fellow at American University, as a fellow and global scholar. Mr. Sfaxi has dedicated his career to public policy, ICT, and governance, and is a public policy consultant focusing on digital development, open government, and data analysis.

Dr. Derrick Cogburn Presents on NetGov and Cybersecurity Research at HICSS Conference

AU Internet Governance Lab Faculty Director Dr. Derrick Cogburn presented “Analyzing Trends and Topics in Internet Governance and Cybersecurity Debates in Twelve Years of the Internet Governance Forum” at the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) on Friday, January 11, 2019. Among multiple other roles and presentations at the conference, Dr. Cogburn co-led the Minitrack on Text Mining and Data Analytics.

NetGov Lab Co-Sponsors WCL Book Talk “The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust”

The AU Internet Governance Lab is co-sponsoring the Washington College of Law (WCL)-hosted book talk “The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust” authored by Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. The book talk will take place on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 from 5:30pm-9:00pm in the WCL Warren Building Room NT01.