Many Worlds, Many Nets, Many Visions

Many Worlds, Many Nets, Many Visions

18. Nov 2019 by Mosene, K.Kettemann, M.C. (Eds.)
HIIG/Leibniz Institute for Media Research/HBI
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Place of Publication: Berlin
Date of Publication: 2019
Number of Pages: 57
License: All rights reserved.
Language of Publication: English

The Internet has changed our world. But has it also irritated hierarchical power structures and given a meaningful voice to all? Are offline differentials in terms of access to individual and societal progress, and their narrations, challenged by the Internet – or replicated and technologically perpetuated? Internet governance, as broad and multistakeholder-driven as it has become, is still not broad enough, not open enough and not flexible enough to encompass all voices.

This collection edited by Katharina Mosene and Matthias C. Kettemann provides space for some of them. In the run-up to the 14th Internet Governance Forum in November 2019 in Berlin, the editors have developed a catalog of 30 visions for an emancipatory Internet without discrimination. 

Table of contents:

Prefaces

 

The statements

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