The countering of terrorism propaganda online, through private companies, may little by little kill our right to freedom of expression.
Research articles on Governance
Is Bitcoin a fair and reliable currency? Contrary to what its proponents might hope, Bitcoin is far from fulfilling their expectations.
This paper analyses social media blocking in Brazil, as a consequence of "regulatory disruption".
Attaining transparency and accountability through the right of access is a struggle; Is there a way forward through using the power of the collective?
This special issue bring together the best policy-oriented papers presented at the 2017 Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) conference in Tartu, Estonia.
With widespread smart contract implementation on the horizon, there is much conversation about how to regulate this new technology. Noting the failure of contract law to address the inequities of standardised contracts in the digital environment can help prevent them from being codified further into smart contracts.
This article distils from the various (proposals for) platform regulation operational principles that can serve as the basis for productive debate on the subject.
This paper discusses resolution of the contested meanings of inclusiveness, accountability and transparency in trade policymaking.
Today's struggles for human rights in the digital age would greatly benefit from a closer look at the past.
Cyberspace governance struggles with three accountability challenges, the problem of many hands, the profusion of issue areas, as well as the hybridity and malleability of institutional arrangements. In order to address and mitigate these challenges, accountability relationships need to be consciously reframed and discursively constructed.