Il demiurgo di Internet, dalla creazione all’attuale governance

Il demiurgo di Internet, dalla creazione all’attuale governance Il ruolo di ICANN nell’amministrazione della rete di Sara Corsi Come è nato Internet ? All’inizio della guerra fredda, il governo degli Stati Uniti commissionò ad alcune università americane dei progetti di ricerca per supportare tecnologicamente le operazioni militari. Nel 1969, l’ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) sviluppò un canale comunicativo tra le…

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New Frontiers in CyberSpace Regulation: What’s Next?

New Frontiers in CyberSpace Regulation: What’s Next? di Laura Candiani Early last week, the inaugural conference Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace: Novel Horizons took place in the beautiful city of The Hague. The three-day event was organized by the ‘The Hague Program for Cyber Norms’, an academic research program that has the goal to be a platform for both academics and…

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An (extra)ordinary decision: the U.S. Microsoft Case

An (extra)ordinary decision: the U.S. Microsoft Case di Rubén Cano Pérez This Articles has the purpose to analyse and put some light on the long awaited US Supreme Court Microsoft case Decision. As technology evolves, jurisdiction problems arise. Regardless of the juris-dictioapproach adopted, there is a lesson to be learned from internet ubiquity: the internet is (yet) ownerless. The classic…

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The Alternative Dispute Resolution Revolution: When ADR meets IT

The Alternative Dispute Resolution Revolution: When ADR meets IT di Maria Laura Izzo The use of On-line dispute resolution (ODR) has today the connotation of robotized justice. However, the reality of facts is very different. This article explains how ODR maximises the human intervention and the global access to justice thanks to the use of Information Technology. 1.      What is…

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