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CFP: 7th Annual GigaNet Global Internet Governance Symposium

This year I am going to be again on the program committee of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet). This is a great community for those interested in the international aspects of information policy and the political economy of Internet governance. GigaNet is interested in receiving abstracts related to Internet Governance themes, especially those containing innovative… Read More »

Digital divide and civic engagement

With the dissertation defended I plan on bringing this blog back to life. I started a post-doc position with the Cornell eRulemaking Initiative (CeRI), based in Cornell Law School. The project runs a very interesting operation called Regulation Room. It offers a platform and, even more importantly, a process for online public participation in the… Read More »

CFP: Third International Workshop on Internet Governance

If you are interested in Internet Governance research, you may find the following call for contributions, issues by GigaNet, relevant. Third International Workshop on Global Internet Governance: An Interdisciplinary Research Field in Construction Montreal (QC), Canada – 30-31 May 2010 Organized by GigaNet, in cooperation with The Canadian Communication Association and Media@McGill Co-sponsored by GigaNet,… Read More »