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Many worlds, many nets, many visions

Author: Mosene, K., & Kettemann, M.C.
Published in: HIIG encore | MAGAZINE ON INTERNET AND SOCIETY RESEARCH, VOLUME 2019/2020, 110-112
Year: 2020
Type: Other publications

The Internet we have does not fulfill the emancipatory promise some have ascribed to it: a medium to change the world. The Internet has changed the world, but it has fundamentally destabilized, or even challenged, key societal power differentials. Internet governance, as broad and multistakeholder-driven as it has become, still is not broad enough, not open enough, not flexible enough to encompass all voices. This collection provides space for some of them.

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