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The internet as culture

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ICT as a tool for empowerment in Uganda

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Conclusion

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Appendix A: Summary of internet metaphors

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Appendix B: List of interviewees (Uganda)

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Appendix C: List of interviewees (Wikipedia)

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Glossary

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Framing the Net

The Internet and Human Rights

Rikke Frank Jørgensen

This important book examines how human rights are being applied in the digital era. The focus on ‘internet freedoms’ and ‘internet rights’ has risen considerably in recent years, and in July 2012 the first resolution on the promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the internet was adopted by the U.N. Human Rights Council.
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Rikke Frank Jørgensen, Cathrine Bloch Veiberg and Niels ten Oever

The diverse nature of the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector and the distributed architecture of the internet results in the various ways in which the business activities of the sector intersect with human rights. This chapter explores the role of human rights impact assessment (HRIA) in the ICT sector, presents a concrete case study, and discusses some of the lessons learned from practice. The chapter provides an overview of how human rights are relevant to the sector, including examples of adverse human rights impacts and of different types of human rights analyses performed in the sector. It then considers a concrete HRIA case study, targeting a top-level country code domain name registry in the Netherlands. The final part of the chapter draws on the case study to highlight and discuss some of the key issues and challenges for conducting HRIA in relation to domain name providers.