Digital rights means different things to different people: From digital rights management to digital human rights. This post shall give you an overview on these different concepts. We will take a look how the focus on digital rights has shifted in the last 20 years and what are the challenges of applying such rights in cyberspace. The shift in digital rights In the early history of the Internet digital rights were of little importance, because the Internet was only accessible to trusted institutions such as universities. This changed with the start of the World Wide Web in the early 90s, when the internet was opened to everyone. In order to have a global functioning Internet its infrastructure needed to be regulated. For example to register domain names, which are critical…

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Sensorica: Self Managed Open Network Innovation

Jun / 23 / 2017

Back at the Peer Value conference last year I had the chance to hear a presentation by Tiberius Brastaviceanu from…

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PostGrowth: Founding an organization remotely via Skype chat

Nov / 15 / 2016

Christian Kreutz: I’m here at the Peer Value Conference with Donnie Maclurcan? I pronounced it right. That’s very nice. I…

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