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By on 07 Feb, 2012 | From the channel/s: Diplo Blog

In his latest blog, Aldo Matteucci, Diplo's resident contrarian, questions the function of academia in modern society. According to Aldo, 'It is a game an elite plays when it has lost its social function – i.e. has become a caste, living off a rent.

By on 31 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Webinars

Recording of the 'Copyright infringement from SOPA-PIPA to Megaupload' webinar discussions held on Tuesday, 31st January, 2012, hosted by Jovan Kurbalija. If you missed the webinar, or if you would like to listen to the webinar again, click on the audio icon below.
 

By on 30 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Brussels e-Briefings

Host: Richard Werly
Date: 26 January 2012

Listen to the webinar podcast. The podcast can also be downloaded.

The following is a digest of the webinar discussions held on Thursday, 26th January, 2012 with our host Richard Werly.

By on 27 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

As of this month, our Internet governance webinars will become a regular appointment with our IG community. Every last week of the month, a special guest will host a discussion on the most pressing issues and the main developments in the IG world.

By on 26 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Webinars

On 26 January, our EU correspondent Richard Werly hosted a webinar on the divergent paths taken by Europe and Asia in the midst of Europe's financial woes. While Europe has been expecting Asian countries to jump to its rescue, the latter have been looking further west. 

Listen to the podcast below for Richard Werly's analysis of interests, positions, and forecasts. A digest of the discussion will be available soon.

By on 16 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Webinars

On 12 January, Dr Jovan Kurbalija hosted a webinar, themed 'Internet governance in 2012: What can we expect?' Participants from all over the world joined Dr Kurbalija to debate the 2012 Internet governance predictions, and to discuss questions such as, can we expect a continuation of the main developments from 2011, or will the current situation catalyse the emergence of new controversies?

By on 06 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

In response to Vint Cerf's op-ed on 'Internet Access Is Not a Human Right' in the New York Times, Aldo Matteucci asks: 'Does the technology tail wag the human rights dog?' In his blog post, Aldo discusses some misconceptions in V. Cerf's article, and places the discussion on human rights and the Internet in a broader context. Read the post here: http://deepdip.wordpress.com/2012/01/08/internet-access-as-human-right-mr-cerf-shoots-himself-in-the-foot

By on 05 Jan, 2012 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

The Indonesian translation of Jovan Kurbalija's An Introduction to Internet Governance was launched last month.

By on 01 Dec, 2011 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

DiploFoundation is currently accepting applications for course participants for the 2012 Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP12). This online programme is designed to improve Internet policy and IG-related knowledge and skills for participants from both developed and developing countries and to assist them in participating in the global decision-shaping debates on IG. The programme also facilitates community building among individuals with different national, cultural, and professional backgrounds.

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