Faculty Director Dr Laura DeNardis’s chapter on “The Social Media Challenge to Internet Governance” is published in the new edition of Society and The Internet, which is now available from the Oxford University Press.
Dr. Fernanda Rosa, doctoral researcher at the Internet Governance Lab and former PhD candidate at the American University School of Communication, successfully defended her dissertation titled Global Internet Interconnection Infrastructure: Materiality, Concealment, and Surveillance in Contemporary Communication.
Internet Governance Lab Faculty Director Laura DeNardis and Faculty Fellow Professor Jen Daskal (Washington College of Law) presented their work on cross-border cyber regulation at the annual Second Circuit Judicial Conference in New Paltz, New York on Thursday.
We are honored to be hosting and sponsoring this year’s internet governance ICA preconference: Internet Governance and Communication Beyond Borders, along with our co-sponsors ICA and the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (Giganet). Our conference will explore the most pressing and exciting issues in the field currently, drawing on expertise from leading global scholars.
What would it look like if Russian election interference attempts had focused on the Internet of Things instead of social media? This is just one of the questions posed by Internet Governance Lab Faculty Director Laura DeNardis who is speaking again at Columbia SIPA’s Digital Futures Policy Forum.
On Friday, March 29 2019, IGL Faculty Director, Dr. Laura DeNardis delivered a talk at Michigan State University’s Quello Center on “The Internet in Everything, Emerging Frontiers of Cyber Policy.”
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.
The Internet Governance Lab is delighted to welcome Dr. Saif Shahin, Assistant Professor at American University’s School of Communication, as a Faculty Fellow.
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.
On Friday, January 25, the Internet Governance Lab hosted Dr Emma L. Briant at a roundtable discussion where she presented her work on the “Propaganda Machine: The Hidden Story of Cambridge Analytica and the Digital Influence Industry.”