Supplementary conference reading material
Will we still have a single global internet in 2025?
Please note that this is not a recommended reading list produced by the Ditchley Foundation.
Conference participants are invited to recommend pre-conference reading materials relevant to the topic of this conference, and we are happy to post links to the items here for your reference.
Rebecca MacKinnon, Elonnai Hickok, Allon Bar, Hae-in Lim: The role of Internet intermediaries. UNESCO series on Internet freedom, 2014
Emily Taylor: The Privatization of Human Rights: Illusions of Consent, Automation and Neutrality. Centre for International Governance Innovation and Chatham House, Paper Series: No 24 - January 2016
Kyung-Sin Park: What debates on MLAT, encryption, SIM registration have in common: users' choice. Comments made at International Civil Liberties Organizations conference, November 2016
Kyung-Sin Park: Understanding Warrant Doctrine Solves Dilemmas like MLAT and Apple v. FBI. Comments made at CyFy2016, September 2016
Kyung-Sin Park: Costs and Benefits of MLAT Bypass Reform. 19 March 2016
Luca Belli (2016). Net Neutrality, Zero-rating and the Minitelisation of the Internet. Journal of Cyber Policy. Vol 2. Routledge.
Global Commission on Internet Governance (Chair: former Prime Minister of Sweden, Mr Carl Bildt): One Internet. 21 June, 2016
Bertrand de La Chapelle and Paul Fehlinger: Jurisdiction on the Internet: from legal arms race to transnational cooperation. Internet & Jurisdiction, April 2016
Julien Nocetti: Contest and conquest: Russia and global internet governance. International Affairs, Volume 91, Number 1. January 2015
Kent Walker: A principle that should not be forgotten. Google Europe blog, 19 May, 2016
Google Inc.: Voluntary appeal from the decision of the National Commission of Information Technology and Rights no. 2015-047 of May 21, 2015 and from the deliberation of the CNIL Board no. 2015-170 of June 8, 2015. Letter dated 30 July 2015
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