Published in English
This workbook was organized to NETmundial, with essays from Wolfgang Schulz, Markus Kummer, Markus Beckedhal, Juliana Nolasco, Ronaldo Lemos, among others.
The essays capture a large part of the discussions about the Internet that took place before NETmundial 2014, in Brazil. The material aims at framing discussions on Internet Governance and pointing ways forward.
This workbook was produced as a part of the Internet Policy Observatory, a program at the Center for Global Communication Studies, the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. It was edited and curated by a steering committee including Ellery Roberts Biddle of Global Voices, Ronaldo Lemos of the Rio Institute for Technology and Society, and Monroe Price of the Annenberg School for Communication. They were assisted by Alexandra Esenler, Laura Schwartz-Henderson, and Briar Smith.
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