Titled, “Internet Security and Networked Governance in International Relations”, the paper asks whether the Internet’s heavy reliance on nonhierarchical, networked forms of governance is compatible with growing concerns about cyber-security from traditional state actors.
Tag Archives: Internet governance
April 10th, 2013
ICANN has released a “living” graphic aimed to provide a high-level view of how the internet is run attuned for those less familiar with the inner workings of the internet infrastructure ecosystem.
This Social Media CyberWatch looks at the rebirth of CISPA, death of bill C-30, EU privacy lobbying, Facebook and Google Play privacy concerns, and various web tracking policy developments such as Do Not Track and third-party cookies implementations.
On 13-15 February 2013, Citizen Lab Special Advisor Robert Guerra will participate in “Internet 2013: Shaping policies to advance media freedom,” a conference organised by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Hofburg, Vienna.
During his talk on 19 February 2013, Professor Eduardo Bertoni will present specific cases from Latin America to illustrate recent examples of regulatory challenges.
In a piece for the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX), Google Policy Fellow Kieran Bergmann wrote about Internet governance and the role of the Internet Governance Forum.
This year-end report summarizes several trends and noteworthy happenings of the past 12 months, including an increase in government user data requests, a community governance decision-making debacle, and controversies around various privacy-oriented technical implementations.
Source: Stephen Lawson, CIO
The WCIT apparently has placed a resolution on the Internet in the regulations being developed at the meeting, drawing accusations that it acted improperly.
Source: Eric Pfanner, The New York Times
Talks on a proposed treaty governing international telecommunications collapsed in acrimony when the United States rejected the agreement on the eve of its scheduled signing, citing an inability to resolve an impasse over the Internet.