A collection of abstracts from research projects conducted during the 2010/2011 Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP)

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Various
Year: 
2011

This research focuses on data protection regulations in Paraguay in order to analyse whether it contains provisions regulating the computerised processing of personal data and transborder data flows.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Natalia Enciso Benítez
Year: 
2011

Les TICs et l’Internet particulièrement ont étouffé le fondement de la nécessaire présence physique du travailleur dans l’entreprise. Au Burkina Faso, ce contexte a créé de nouvelles opportunités dont le travail à distance, depuis l’accession du pays au cyberespace en 1996.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Belemou Alimata
Year: 
2010

L’e-gouvernement consiste à l’utilisation des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (TIC) par un gouvernement pour transformer sa façon d’administrer, de produire et de délivrer efficacement des services publics aux citoyens.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Karim Attoumani Mohamed
Year: 
2010

The publication contains research project summaries written by students of the 2011 Research Phase of the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP2011). The summaries were presented during EuroDIG 2011.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
IGCBP2011 alumni
Year: 
2011

The rapid rise of the Internet has encouraged the use of open, real-time, and linked data to help understand
and improve development processes.The advancement of data use for development without an Internet governance framework, however, raises the importance of inclusion of the most marginalized, as well as privacy and security. This paper will examine such issues, as well as the role inter-governmental organisations can play in helping to encourage the use of data while supporting the protection of privacy and security.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Keisha Taylor
Year: 
2010

The purpose of this paper is to identify new developments and innovations in diplomatic practice resultant from the WSIS and WGIG. First, the author describes the overall WSIS framework and specific aspects of the WGIG. Second, he identifies the new developments and innovation in diplomatic practice that are likely of lasting importance. The author does so by comparing WSIS diplomatic practice to the practices developed during other major UN summits held since the Rio Earth Summit in 1992.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Jovan Kurbalija
Year: 
2007

The paper aims to identify best practices and lessons learned in multi-stakeholder partnership (MSP) practices at the global policy level through a participatory methodology based on interviews and an online electronic survey.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Patrick Kalas
Year: 
2007

This paper discusses cybersecurity in Fiji and offers recommendations to challenges such as the vulnerability of systems due to lack of a cybersecurity framework. The poorly framed laws and lack of appropriate policies.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro
Year: 
2010

This study examines the advantages and possibilities for the use of digital signatures to carry out electronic transactions. It focuses on developing and transition countries that have not fully implemented the use of digital signatures in their economic, commercial and productive processes. An important aim of this research is to create awareness on the likely effects for enforcing the use of digital signatures to carry out e-commerce transactions on the economies of developing and transition countries.

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
Author: 
Guilherme de Almeida, Alfonso Avila, Violeta Boncanoska
Year: 
2007

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