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Political control of the internet

This List covers trend insights about the future of political control of the internet, insights curated between 2018 to 2020, including related topics such as the balkanized internet and the censored internet.

This List covers trend insights about the future of political control of the internet, insights curated between 2018 to 2020, including related topics such as the balkanized internet and the censored internet.

Curated by

  • BradBarry

Last updated: 14 September 2020

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Spain moves to protect domestic media with new 'Google tax'
The Guardian
Newspapers in Spain will now be able to demand a monthly fee from the search engine before it can list them on Google News. By <strong>Alex Hern</strong>
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Brazil builds internet cable to Portugal to avoid NSA surveillance
International Business Times
The cable will run from Brazil to Portugal. No U.S. help required.
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Germany ponders new data law that could hit US tech firms hard
TNW
Germany may soon require IT companies operating in the country to reveal their software source code and other proprietary data.
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David Cameron says people aren'tradicalized by poverty or foreign policy, but by free speech online, so ISPs agree to censor button
Tech Dirt
A few years ago, we mocked then Senator Joe Lieberman's request that internet companies put "report this content as terrorist...
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The web we have to save
Medium
Seven months ago, I sat down at the small table in the kitchen of my 1960s apartment, nestled on the top floor of a building in a vibrant central neighbourhood of Tehran, and I did something I had…
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Davos 2016 - Issue briefing: Internet fragmentation
YouTube - World Economic Forum
http://www.weforum.org/Learn about existential threats and collaborative solutions to maintaining the integrity of the internet in the “2016 World Economic F...
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A battle rages for the future of the Web
Arstechnica
Should the WWW be locked down with DRM? Tim Berners-Lee needs to decide, and soon.
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The geopolitics behind the cloud data centers
Digital Culturist
A year ago I got interested in the reasons behind the choice of locations of the public cloud data centers, and mainly those outside the US. Microsoft, Amazon, Google (and IBM up to a point) have…
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How the 'Wild West' of the internet will be won
Stratfor
Cyberspace is still the playground of engineers and entrepreneurs. But soon enough they will have to yield to lawyers, compliance officers and auditors.
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Why the alt-right can’t build an alt-internet
The Verge
After the August 12th hate rally in Charlottesville, online platforms that have long tolerated or ignored white supremacists are very publicly kicking them off. The crackdown spans a broad range of...
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A Copyright vote that could change the EU’s internet
Mozilla
On October 10, EU lawmakers will vote on a dangerous proposal to change copyright law. Mozilla is urging EU citizens to demand better reforms. &nbsp; On October 10, the European ...
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Why net neutrality’s peril raises the stakes for future satellite broadband options
Geekwire
The Federal Communication Commission&#8217;s plan to roll back regulations on net neutrality could bring more attention to global satellite internet service.
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NET neutrality: why big corporations support it.
YouTube - StevenCrowder
Steven Crowder breaks down Net Neutrality and the ulterior motives behind big corporations like Google and Facebook supporting it!Want to watch the full show...
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How the end of net neutrality could change the internet
YouTube - Vox
The Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal the Net Neutrality protections it adopted in 2015. Here's what that means for the future of the int...
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For the iranian internet, it's high speed, high control
Stratfor
Iran's online authority is now offering more efficient web services at a cheaper price, but the cost might be too high for reform-oriented users.
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Report shows 'creeping criminalisation' of Russia's internet
France24
Report shows 'creeping criminalisation' of Russia's internet