The Internet Is The Defining Technology Of Our Age Sometimes Gradually, Sometimes Dramatically, It Is Shifting Power Relationships In Every Aspect Of Our Lives, From Commerce To Politics, From Education To Art With These Shifts Come New Opportunities, But Also New Threats To Our Human Rights A Guide To The Internet For Human Rights Defenders Explains The History And Workings Of The Internet, Who Governs It, And Who Has The Power To Affect Our Rights Online Written In An Accessible Style And With An Extensive Glossary Of Technical Terms, This Is An Indispensable Guide For Business Leaders, Policymakers, And Those Who Seek To Influence Them.
Becky Hogge is a UK based music and technology writer and the first full time executive director of the Open Rights Group, resigning in 2008 She was previously the managing editor, and then the technology director and technology commissioning editor for openDemocracy.net During her time with openDemocracy she helped establish the China environment website chinadialogue.net, along with editor Isa
- 96 pages
- A Guide to the Internet for Human Rights Defenders
- Becky Hogge
- 04 November 2017 Becky Hogge