US Policy Toward Global Internet Governance Is Misguided Says Richard Hill


Richard Hill recounts the US led large scale commercial implementation of the Internet based on ARPANET technology where a key public interest prerequisite, security, was missing to the present where vital public interest preconditions are missing in US e-commerce policy initiatives proposing free flow of data across national borders

Business Models of NSA & Companies Like Google Are About the Same? (1/2)

August 13, 2018

In a wide ranging discussion on global Internet governance issues, Richard Hill explains that at the international level the US is deliberately structuring Internet governance to ensure unrestricted corporate freedom and to favor its own surveillance apparatus and largely denies certain Internet services should be public services or public goods

Can Big Internet Security Problems Be Fixed Retroactively? (2/2)

August 13, 2018

Cybersecurity, affordable Internet access for all, market share concentration in US & Chinese Internet giants, e-commerce and cross-border free flow of data, ownership of citizens’ collective data and the value-added of artificial intelligence are all material in a wide ranging discussion on global Internet governance issues with Richard Hill