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Supplementary conference reading material

How do we make the Internet safer, without destroying its vitality?

Conference Description

****  The Foundation does not produce a recommended reading list; however, conference participants are invited to recommend, for the benefit of their fellow participants, relevant pre-conference reading materials, which we are happy to post on the conference webpage as a resource.


Jeffrey Thomas: think piece

Richard Priday: Fake news laws are threatening free speech on a global scale. Wired, 5 April, 2018

Robinson Meyer: The grim conclusions of the largest-ever study of fake news. The Atlantic, 8 March, 2018

Antonio García Martínez: Facebook's equal time quandary. Wired, 2 March, 2018

Antonio García Martínez: How Trump conquered Facebook - without Russian ads. Wired, 23 February, 2018

Lehdonvirta, V., Mittelstadt, B. D., Taylor, G., Lu, Y. Y., Kadikov, A., & Margetts, H.: Data Financing for Global Good: A Feasibility Study. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, 2016

Joseph S. Nye, Jr: How will new cybersecurity norms develop? The Strategist, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 12 March 2018

Joseph S. Nye, Jr: Preventing a cyber-Pearl Harbor is not the only digital challenge nation states face. The Security Times, February 2018



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