This paper is part of the Global Commission on Internet Governance Paper Series.
The Emergence of Contention in Global Internet Governance by: Samantha Bradshaw, Laura DeNardis, Fen Osler Hampson, Eric Jardine, and Mark Raymond.
Internet governance has rapidly shifted from a technocratic area of governance to one characterized by considerable contention. This shift is unprecedented among the large and increasing number of technocratic regimes essential to contemporary global governance, and is of broader interest and significance beyond Internet governance scholars and practitioners. Read More »
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS – APRIL 15, 2015 – The Global Commission on Internet Governance (GCIG) advocates that governments, in collaboration with individuals, private corporations and technical community stakeholders, adopt measures in a new global social compact to achieve digital privacy and trust.Read More »
On April 10th we hosted Professor Danielle Citron at American University School of Communication. Danielle Keats Citron guest lectured in Prof. DeNardis’ Media Law and Policy doctoral seminar. She discussed her provocative new book Hate Crimes in Cyberspace (Harvard University Press).
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