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4 Phases of Internet Development: From the Open to the Contested Internet

I’ve just come across what looks like a very interesting article by John Palfrey, a Harvard Law School Professor. You can find the article here.

Here’s the basic gist of the article, in his words:

The four phases of Internet regulation are the “open Internet” period, from the network’s formation through about 2000; “access denied,” through about 2005; “access controlled,” through the present day (2010); and “access contested,” the phase into which we are entering.

The paper draws on a decade of interdisciplinary work conducted by members of the Open Net Initiative, a group that consists of researchers who I have long thought have been doing some of the best work on the topic at the Citizen Lab at the Munk Centre, University of Toronto (Prof. Ron Deibert, principal investigator), the SecDev Group (Rafal Rohozinski), and the Berkman Center (Palfrey and Jonathan Zittrain).

  1. July 30, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    Wie das Ergebnis der Untersuchung zeigt, ist hoher Blutdruck oftmals die Folge
    von Übergewicht und keine eigentliche Krankheit.

  2. April 13, 2016 at 10:32 am

    In der Luftlinie rund 200 Kilometer von Afrika entfernt, herrschen auf 2000 bis 3000 Meter Höhe im Februar noch beste Wintersportbedingungen.

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