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During January the members elected a new Program Committee chair, John Laprise of Northwestern University, and a new Secretary, Julia Pohle. We re-elected our Chair (me) and our Membership Committee Chair, Joanna Kulesza. The new SC is already hard at work on a European regional event in Geneva in May (near the time of the IGF consultation).
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The papers, which will presented at the 7th GigaNet Annual Symposium in Baku next week, are now available for download on the website of the symposium: http://giga-net.org/page/2012-annual-symposium.
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The Global Internet Governance Academic Network is pleased to announce the final programme of its 2012 Annual Symposium, the seventh in GigaNet's history.
Since 2006, GigaNet has organized an Annual Symposium to showcase research about Internet Governance, focusing on an interdisciplinary approach. As in previous years, the symposium will provide room to discuss current and future questions as well as the challenges encountered and results achieved in Global…Continue
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The Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet) will be present at the upcoming 40th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (TPRC), to be held September 21-23, 2012 at the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, VA. TPRC (http://www.tprcweb.com/) is an annual conference on communication, information and internet policy that convenes international and interdisciplinary researchers and policy…Continue
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The following websites publish online papers on search engine optimization from the Google Panda and Penguin era.
Le Promoteur Internet has a blog promoting some ways of getiing one's online avatar seen on the web, through articles of the like of http://blog.promoteur-internet.com/post/2012/04/27/Liens-naturels-et-commentaires-de-blog that explains how interacting on…Continue
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The ways in which the Internet is managed and controlled – often labeled as Internet Governance – are usually considered as standing on four main pillars: Technology, Market Laws, State Regulation and Uses. Nevertheless, its specific features, the consequences of the plurality of…Continue
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Lexington will release next month Frames and Connections in the Governance of Global Communications: A Network Study of the…Continue
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New book is out! Schafer V., Le Crosnier H., Musiani F., 2011, La neutralité de l'Internet, Un enjeu de communication, Paris, CNRS Editions/Les Essentiels d'Hermès, 168 p. (http://ning.it/o5JqOj)
GigaNet Sixth Annual Symposium
United Nations Office, UNON complex, Nairobi, Kenya
September 26, 2011
The Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GIGANET) will hold its Sixth Annual Symposium on 26 September 2011, one day before the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Nairobi, Kenya.
Since 2006, GigaNet has…Continue
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Global Internet Governance Academic Network
in co-operation with
Research ICT Africa
CALL FOR PAPERS…Continue
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As of May 2011, GigaNet participation is open to those who have not yet had the chance to extensively contribute to scholarly literature on Internet Governance, but who wish to participate in the GigaNet community, enhancing its intellectual exchange. The newly proposed observer status is designated for post-graduate students as well as all IG and ICT community members, who would like to take active part in the academic debate on the shape and future of Internet…
Added by Joanna Kulesza on May 4, 2011 at 1:50pm — No Comments
The program committee for 2011 GigaNet Annual Symposium has been formed. The committee will be chaired by Leo Van Audenhove, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Master of Communication Studies - New Media and Society in Europe at Vrije University in Brussels, Belgium. Committee members include:…Continue
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Please join us May 5-6, 2011, when GigaNet will host a workshop, Global Internet Governance: Research and Public Policy Challenges for the Next Decade, at American University School of International Service in Washington DC. (Abramson Family Founders Room, Terrace Level)
The Internet’s status as a communication medium that is decentralized, scalable and global continues to pose challenging new problems in governance and regulation.…Continue
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Wu Fei is an associate professor at China Guangzhou Jinan University. Also a columnist and writer for several major Hong Kong and international newspapers and magazines and has published more than 20 books in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Also is a commentator for several television channels that have a combined audience of 20 million viewers in China mainland and Hong Kong. Wu Fei is an alumna of the US East West center, has been a Visiting Researching Fellow at the US Center for…Continue
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GigaNet members Milton Mueller and Rebecca MacKinnon participated recently in the panel, "Can the US Continue to Support a Free Global Internet?", at the 2011 State of the Net conference in Washington DC.
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