INTERNET POLICY IN THE MENA REGION: RESEARCH METHODS FOR ADVOCATES
Internet Policy Research Methods program seeking applications
Benchmarking Public Demand: Russia’s Appetite for Internet Control
New study that explores the Russian public demand for internet freedom
Welcoming the Dragon: The Role of Public Opinion in Russian Internet Regulation
Is protecting internet freedom not possible without a shift in public opinion?
Chaos and Control
A new report by Small Media Lab on the competing tensions of internet governance in Iran
April 24, 2015
This seminar looks at the challenges posed by the increasing trend to address global internet governance with local policy instruments and institutions.
June 29, 2015
The Center for Global Communication Studies at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania and the Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy at the University of Oxford (PCMLP) are pleased to hold the 17th annual Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute from Monday June 29 to Friday, July 10, 2015 at the University of Oxford. Applications are now open.
//CGCS Internet Policy Observatory affiliate Sarah Logan examines the international expansion of China’s search engine Baidu into Vietnam to explore if the…
//Daniel R. McCarthy of the University of Melbourne provides his thoughts on the Benchmarking Public Demand report. In Benchmarking Public Demand: Russia’s Appetite…
- RT @AnnenbergCGCS: New blog post by @circt examining #baidu's international expansion into Vietnam http://t.co/pg25Ieaegs
- Activists/advocates/researchers in the MENA region--apply to the Internet Policy Research Methods Program! Info here: http://t.co/TdtbJlfj0C
7 days ago
- .@DRMcCarthy1 shares his thoughts on "Benchmarking Public Demand: Russia's Appetite for Internet Control." @pustovek http://t.co/tNPKtRrqj5
10 days ago
- The IPO is offering 2 full scholarships for the Annenberg-Oxford Summer Institute and Annenberg & CEU Summer Program http://t.co/jonhZO1rSC
18 days ago