By Ronald Deibert,John Palfrey,Rafal Rohozinski, et al.MIT Press|MIT Press||Adult NonfictionComputer TechnologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 18.01.2013Street date: 28.02.2014
Reports on a brand new iteration of net controls that determine a brand new normative terrain during which surveillance and censorship are regimen.
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Access Controlled. The Shaping of Power, Rights, and Rule in Cyberspace
Stories on a brand new iteration of web controls that determine a brand new normative terrain during which surveillance and censorship are regimen.
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Ethan Zuckerman is a senior researcher at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, where he focuses on digital media in the developing world. He is the cofounder of the international citizen media community Global Voices. Part I Access Controlled: Theory and Analysis Foreword Imagine if an unknown person entered your home on a regular basis and removed books from your bookshelves. You would never be told which books were being taken away, and you would never be given a reason except that someone, somewhere, somehow, deemed them “extremist,” “indecent,” or simply “insulting,” or felt that they might “incite” some form of hatred.
9. For example, see Col. Charles W. com/2008/05/3375884. 10. David Lyons, Surveillance Society: Monitoring Everyday Life (Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, 2001). 11. Ronald J. , ed. Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999). 2 Control and Subversion in Russian Cyberspace Ronald Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski Introduction It has become a truism to link censorship in cyberspace to the practices of authoritarian regimes. Around the world, the most repressive governments—China, Burma, North Korea, Cuba, Saudi Arabia—are the ones that erect digital firewalls that restrict citizens’ access to information, filter political content, and stymie freedom of speech online.
Our research for Access Denied also found coyness on the part of many states to admit seeking to control Internet content. In many cases, denial of access occurred extralegally, or under the guise of opaque national security laws. Often, ISPs were simply asked or told to block access to specific content without any reference to existing law. Other times, blockages were difficult to distinguish from network errors or other technical problems, like denial of service attacks, but seemed suspiciously connected to political events.