Politics for a Networked World
December 12th, 2010

The future of the Internet is the future of our societies. At the first Green Congress on Internet politics at the Deutsche Bundestag on 12.-13. Nov 2010 the central issues discussed were on free and equal access, on civil and human rights, Green IT, gender equality and justice between the generations, data privacy and consumer protection on the net. How can we shape the digital society? Which new forms of digital participation can be used for the good of democracy? And what constitutes an internet which is worth living in and for?

Videos of the keynotes and here they are on YouTube.

One of the keynotes was presented by Marleen Stikker, director of Waag Society in Amsterdam. Marleen (linkedin) delivered in Berlin the following lecture :

“Open Data, Open Government: Design Principles for the Public Internet. Lecture Marleen Stikker @waag ” — http://bit.ly/g5yyQj @YouTube

@Waag Open Data, Open Government: Design Principles for the Public Internet. Lecture by Marleen Stikker as pdf – http://bit.ly/dJH2yc

Twitter hashtag: #nk10

Read the reviews of this conference on politics for a Networked World

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Comments
1 - Ninja

Thats a lot of well-intentioned buzzwords and jargon. I can’t wait to see if any actual results can come out of it or if it’s just another fart in the wind.

Pardon the jaded response, but talking just begets more talking unless there is a real effort to focus intent on specific goals. –here’s hoping

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