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The thesis submits that current modalities of Internet governance are failing because they are predicated on political ideas, economic systems and legal structures which no longer reflect twenty-first century existence. The paper advances this argument in four main ways.

The first is by examining the ideology and cartographic technology of…

ARPANET interface for Xerox PARC’s PDP-10 (Wikimedia)

The Internet began at once within and against government. The 1969 the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPANET) consisted of a few connected computers located in the basement of university and military buildings (Verhulst et al, 2016, p. 98).

A decade later an important stage in the development of Internet regulation…

John Lillywhite

Digital Transformation, Governance & Future Tech

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