The Internet: A Global Infrastructure of Openness?
Location: Mainbuilding, Nørregade 10, Ceremonial Hall
See map page 15, Time: Wednesday 14:00 - 15:30
During the last decades the internet has unleashed unprecedented productive possiblities. Innovations such as Wikipedia, massive surveillance and policies of cyber security seem to result from interconnected innovative processes, and the question is how to constitute an internet infrastructure based on principles of openness?
The papers can be accessed by clicking the titles below. Please note that the papers are in progress and should only be quoted or circulated if permitted by the author.
|Andre Rebentisch||Open Information Infrastructures – Challenges for Europe|
|Rikke Frank Jørgensen||Yes We Scan|
|Louis Massey||Towards the End of Secrecy: Technological and Human Considerations|
|Mikkel Flyverbom||Sunlight in Cyberspace (abstract only)|
|Jan Neutze & Paul Nicholas||Cyber Insecurity: The Need for Norms, Governance, and Openness in Cyberspace|