Posts tagged: Citizenship

New book: Youth, Digital Transformation and forms of Inclusion in Latin America.

The Centro de Estudios Fundación Ceibal, in collaboration with the network Digitally Connected (hosted by Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and UNICEF), the Institute of Communication and Image of the University of Chile, the Facultad de Comunicación e Información de la Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and the center  GECTI  of the Law School at Universidad de Los Andes, (Colombia) appreciate the more… Read More »

Do EU public websites facilitate the co-creation of knowledge?

Networks for Citizen Consultation and Citizen Sourcing of Expertise: Exploring Innovations in the Public Sector View more presentations from Cristobal Cobo Romaní This work was presented at the “New ICTs + New Media = New Democracy? Communications policy and public life in the age of broadband“. An “experts’ workshop” organized by New America Foundation (Washington,… Read More »

Chile First To Approve Net Neutrality Law

Meanwhile there is a sensible discussion about the internet regulation in the US and in the European Union (see “debate on the open internet and net neutrality in Europe” pdf), the South American nation of Chile has become the first country in the world to approve a law guaranteeing net neutrality. The law is already published… Read More »