Digital Rights

Melanie Dulong: Distributing Law: How P2P can influence legal thinking

We are pleased to invite you to next week’s guest seminar on “Distributing Law: How P2P can influence legal thinking” by Dr Melanie Dulong de Rosnay (CNRS,LSE). Melanie is a permanent researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) Institute for Communication Sciences and a visiting Fellow at London School of Economics and Political Science… Read more »

Argyro Karanasiou – “Kickin’ The Clouds Away”: A rights-based approach for mesh networks as community media

In her latest post in the LSE Media Policy Project Blog’s Alternative Internet(s) series, Argyro Karanasiou argues that policymakers must embrace decentralised Internet architectures as a way of breaking online informational monopolies. Below follows a copy of this article, originally posted here.    “Kickin’ The Clouds Away”: A rights-based approach for mesh networks as community media   Back… Read more »

CIPPM’s Argyro Karanasiou at the OSCE free media experts panel in Vienna

Argyro Karanasiou, a member of CIPPM and Lecturer in Law at BU has been invited by the OSCE (Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe) Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovich to join the experts meeting on open journalism. The high level meeting focused on the human rights and legal implications of Open… Read more »

Argyro Karanasiou’s statement at the LSE International Workshop “The Alternative Internet”

  CIPPM’ Argyro Karanasiou has presented her position paper “Fixing Broken Promises: Clean Slates and Human Rights by Design” at the international workshop “The Alternative Internet” at the London School of Economics on September 16th 2014. This invitation-only event was organised by the Department of Media and Communications of London School of Economics and Political Science… Read more »

Online protest: towards a Magna Carta for the Internet

CIPPM’s Argyro Karanasiou presented her paper Towards a Magna Carta : A right to online protests? at the 10th International conference on Internet, Law and Politics 2014. The paper discusses the free speech argument for treating DDoS attacks online as the digital counterpart of an online sit in. The paper examines the changing face of… Read more »