Internet Monitor 2013: Reflections on the Digital World

IM2013_ReflectionsontheDigitalVom Berkman-Center gibt es mit „Internet Monitor 2013: Reflections on the Digital World“ einen Report auf 105 Seiten mit diversen Artikeln als Jahresrückblick. Mit dabei sind Artikel von Urs Gasser, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Ron Deibert und Jonathan Zittrain. Das ganze PDF kann man bei SSRN herunterladen. Einzelne Kapitel gibt es hier. - ermöglicht durch Dich.

This publication is the first annual report of the Internet Monitor project at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Instead of offering a traditional project report, and to mirror the collaborative spirit of the initiative, we compile — based on an open invitation to the members of the extended Berkman community — nearly two dozen short essays from friends, colleagues, and collaborators in the United States and abroad. The result is intended for a general interest audience and invites reflection and discussion of the past year’s notable events and trends in the digitally networked environment. Our goal is not to describe the “state of the Internet” in any definitive way, but rather to highlight and discuss some of the most fascinating developments and debates over the past year worthy of broader public conversation.

Our contributors canvass a broad range of topics and regions — from a critique of India’s Unique Identity project to a review of corporate transparency reporting to a first-person report from the Gezi Park protests. A common thread explores how actors within government, industry, and civil society are wrestling with the changing power dynamics of the digital realm.

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