Professor DeNardis is Faculty Director of The Internet Governance Lab, a center at American University in Washington D.C. for evidence-based research, policy formulation, and teaching in Internet architecture and governance. Internet policy debates rank among the most important public policy areas of the 21st century, shaping civil liberties, human rights, access and inclusion, and economic development across the globe. American … More Internet Governance Lab
We launched our final report of the Global Commission on Internet Governance at the OECD Ministerial in Cancun. The Global Commission on Internet Governance was a two-year initiative established in January 2014 to articulate and advance a strategic vision for the future of Internet governance. The project conducts and supports independent research on Internet-related dimensions of … More Report: Global Commission on Internet Governance
Video of a discussion on cyber policy with Merit Janow, Dean of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Columbia University computer science professor Steve Bellovin, filmed in New York.
Derrick Cogburn, Nanette Levinson, Francesca Musiani and I co-edited a new book, The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance (2016) about ways in which governments and other forces are co-opting the infrastructure of the Internet for political and economic objectives having nothing to do with keeping the Internet operational. Here is a video interview about … More Video on New Book: The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance
Video of The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance book launch event on April 13, 2016 in Washington, DC featuring guest panelists Kathy Brown, CEO of the Internet Society and Fiona Alexander, United States Department of Commerce. The event was sponsored by the Washington DC chapter of the Internet Society and held at the School … More The Internet at a Crossroads