This paper attempts to map a path toward new international standards for foreign intelligence collection, in order to achieve increased transparency, control and oversight of national surveillance practices.
This case study considers Internet exchange points (IXPs) as an example of governance processes in action. Three different IXP governance models representing large and influential IXPs are compared: the DE-CIX in Frankfurt, CAIX in Cairo, and KIXP in Nairobi.
From the circumpolar high arctic to the African savannah digital technologies and networks affect all areas of human interaction. The notion of #DoDevDif aims to promote transparency, empower citizens and fight corruption with open data and technologies.
The Arab Spring unleashed western governments’ enthusiasm regarding the power of the Internet for political mobilization and campaigning.
The paper addresses a pressing question: how can we ensure that the rule of law is established and maintained on the Internet and in the wider digital world?
Since the revelations of Edward Snowden, there has still been scant focus on explicit discrimination strictly according to nationality in some nations’ laws.
We are organising a one-day seminar together with the Helmholtz Research School on Security Technologies, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the Center for Technology and Society (CTS) at the Technical University of Berlin.
Together with the Impact Hub Berlin we’re starting a regular event series on Digital Alternatives and Social Innovation.
John Morrison is the author of the acclaimed new book: “The social licence: how to keep your organisation legitimate”.
The past months have witnessed a major uncovering of US and other countries generalized surveillance. These information, along with already known massive (mis)-usage of users privacy for commercial purposes and the increasing application of automated algorithms for controlling ever larger part of fundamental rights, present major challenges.