The global war for internet governance is an invaluable resource for anyone wishing to understand the political intricacies behind internet protocols and the diverse group of power players vying to influence them jonathan zittrain professor of law and professor of computer science harvard university author of the future of the . The global war for internet governance book description the internet has transformed the manner in which information is exchanged and business is conducted arguably more than any other communication development in the past century. The global war for internet governance explains how the internet is currently governed particularly through the sinews of power that exist in technical architecture and new global institutions and presents several brewing internet governance controversies that will affect the future of economic and expressive liberty. Her book the global war for internet governance is a wonderful guide that will provide an understanding about how this international system can be adequately secured and governed issues which go to the heart of our economy stability and civil liberties. In the global war for internet governance laura denardis elegantly weaves together different aspects of technology and policy to provide a roadmap for imagining how governance can operate in a networked world danah boyd microsoft research and harvard berkman center danah boyd one can no longer credibly claim to understand the dynamics
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