internet freedom

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Book Review: Consent of the Networked

By Julia Heath, May 28, 2012 Internet policy-making is fraught with contradiction, corruption, and colonialism. In┬áConsent of the Networked, Rebecca MacKinnon has produced an incredibly well-researched account of these dilemmas, which is as deep as it is vast. She uses case studies from around the globe, illuminates essential human rights issues, and names key stakeholders … Continue reading