CGCS Director Monroe Price recently traveled to China. Returning, he shares his thoughts on the World Internet Conference and China’s shifting foreign policy of its internet policy.
This post provides an early look at Small Media’s project ‘Chaos and Control: The Competing Tensions of Internet Governance in Iran’ which will examine the international backdrop of internet governance against which Iran’s internet regulations are formulated. This project is being undertaken with support from the Internet Policy Observatory.
Annenberg-Oxford 2014 alum Yusuf Salman discusses Turkey’s Constitutional Court which, in Spring 2014 deemed the Turkish Government’s Twitter and YouTube ban unconstitutional, and last week ruled that a September legislation’s attempt to increase the authority of the Turkish Communications Authority was unconstitutional as well.
Has ‘multistakeholderism… become a mantra, void of its progressive potential and outcomes’? Stefania Milan and Arne Hintz analyze internet governance’s hyper-focus on multistakeholderism and how civil society should adapt a clear IG agenda.