[governance] 2 Books: Platform Regulations + Community Networks

Nicolas Fiumarelli nicocamarao at gmail.com
Mon Jan 8 13:22:45 EST 2018

It seems very interesting Luca.

Also, from the index they seem like very deep and complex analysis of
access and community networks issues both from technical and lawful
Furthermore, I can see a lot of collaborations from different recognized
actors widely.

I think I'm going to add them to my next weekend's readings.

Best regards,
Nicolás Fiumarelli.

2018-01-04 9:48 GMT-03:00 <LB at lucabelli.net>:

> Dear all, (apologies for cross posting)
> The volumes on Platform Regulations and on Community Networks, presented
> at the IGF, are now freely available at the links below.
> *Platform Regulations: How Platforms Are Regulated and How They Regulate
> Us http://tinyurl.com/PlatformRegulations
> <http://tinyurl.com/PlatformRegulations> *
> *Community Networks: the Internet by the People, for the People**
> http://tinyurl.com/CommunityNetworks <http://tinyurl.com/CommunityNetworks>
> *
> Please, feel free to circulate this email to colleagues, students, etc
> I wish everyone a very happy new year
> Best regards
> Luca
> [image: FGV Direito Rio]
> *Luca Belli, PhD*
> *Senior Researcher *
> *Head of **Internet Governance @ FGV <http://internet-governance.fgv.br/>*
> luca.belli at fgv.br
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> *@1lucabelli <https://twitter.com/1lucabelli>*
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> Dear all (apologies for cross posting)
> I would like to draw your attention on two books, including contributions
> from several members of this mailing list, that will be released next week
> at the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
> 1)      *Platform Regulations: How Platforms are Regulated and How They
> Regulate Us.*This book is the Official 2017 Outcome of the UN IGF Dynamic
> Coalition on Platform Responsibility (DCPR), which is a multistakeholder
> group fostering a cooperative analysis of online platforms’ responsibility
> to respect human rights, while putting forward solutions to protect
> platform-users’ rights. The book offers some responses to the diverse and
> raising challenges generated by the *platformisation* of our economy and,
> more generally, our society. The analyses featured in this book are drafted
> by 18 authors (see table of content 1, at the end of this email) and the
> volume includes prefaces by David Kaye, UN Special Rapporteur on the
> promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression,
> and Julia Reda, Member of the European Parliament. The volume critically
> explores the human rights dimension of the digital platform debate,
> subsequently focusing on personal data protection and use, and finally
> suggesting innovative solutions for the new roles played by online
> platforms. It also includes the *Recommendations on Terms of Service and
> Human Rights*, which were elaborated through a multistakeholder
> participatory process, facilitated by the DCPR. The book’s flyer is
> available here <https://twitter.com/1lucabelli/status/940676442656067584>.
> Free copies of the volume will be available*on the 19th at 9 o’clock
> <http://sched.co/CTqv>* and the ebook will be released in open access,
> under Creative Commons License.
> 2)      *Community Networks: the Internet by the People for the People*.This
> volume explores the benefits of community networks, analysing case studies,
> focusing on the challenges and opportunities for these networks and putting
> forward concrete recommendations for their development.It features
> analyses by 16 authors (see table of content 2, at the end of this email),
> and prefaces by Kathy Brown, President and CEO of the Internet Society, and
> Jan Dröge, Director of the EU Commission Broadband Competence Offices
> Support Facility. The book is the official outcome of the IGF Dynamic
> Coalition on Community Connectivity (DC3), a multistakeholder group,
> fostering a cooperative analysis of the community network model, exploring
> how such networks may be used to improve connectivity while empowering
> Internet users. The volume also includes the updated version of the *Declaration
> on Community Connectivity*, which was elaborated through a
> multistakeholder participatory process, facilitated by the DC3. It will be
> presented and debated with the authors, on the 19th at 17:20
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTqx>. Free hard copies will be
> available, and the ebook will be released in open access, under Creative
> Commons License. The book’s flyer is available here
> <https://twitter.com/1lucabelli/status/940676442656067584>.
> While expressing my sincerest gratitude to all those who contribute to
> these books, I would like to invite you all to the books’ presentations, so
> that you can have your hard copies of the publications. For those who will
> not be able to be at the presentations, I will share the links to the
> books, right after the IGF.
> Lastly, should you be in Geneva next week, you might be interested in
> attending these sessions <https://igf2017.sched.com/ctsfgv> promoted by
> the Center for Technology and Society at FGV, dealing with topics such as
> intermediary liability
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CSDC/council-of-europe-internet-intermediaries-shared-commitments-and-corporate-responsibility-of37>,
> net neutrality <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTsC/dc-on-net-neutrality>,
> submarine interconnections
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTqs/the-future-of-internet-governance-submarine-cables-and-global-interconnectivity-ws128>,
> CyberBRICS
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTrY/cyberbrics-building-the-next-generation-internet-step-by-step-ws261>,
> platform economy
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTsG/beyond-the-next-gig-unpacking-development-rights-and-economic-futures-in-the-age-of-platforms-ws147>
> and terrorism online
> <https://igf2017.sched.com/event/CTru/terrorism-freedom-v-security-ws164>.
> Looking forward to seeing you at the IGF and, please, feel free to
> circulate this email through your networks.
> Best regards
> Luca
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> *Luca Belli*, PhD
> Senior Researcher, Center for Technology & Society, FGV Rio de Janeiro
> Chercheur Associé, Centre de Droit Public Comparé, Université Paris 2
> Head of Internet Governance at FGV
> internet-governance.fgv.br
> @1lucabelli
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