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Using the Universal Periodic Review for Human Rights Online 01 July 2016 Deborah Brown (APC) and Sheetal Kumar (GPD)

The UN Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review can be a valuable tool for advancing the notion of human rights online as universal, holding governments to account, and increasing understanding about the state of human rights online in various contexts.

The Road to WSIS+10: Key Country Perspectives in the Ten-Year Review of the World Summit on the Information Society 06 September 2015 Lea Kaspar, editor

What are the world’s governments thinking in the lead-up to the 10-year review of the World Summit on the Information Society? This report aims to inform stakeholder engagement by providing insight into 15 key government perspectives. The country chapter on South Africa was contributed by APC.

TV white spaces: A pragmatic approach
TV white spaces: A pragmatic approach 13 February 2014 Mike Jensen and others

TV white spaces allow the use of unlicensed spectrum to provide connectivity solutions to traditionally unserved areas, especially rural and remote communities. This book explores this innovative approach to spectrum both the policy, regulatory and technological perspective. APC access specialist...

The problem of the information format (for networks)
The problem of the information format (for networks) 18 February 2010 Dr. Richard Rogers

This report seeks to understand how networks deal with information formats – are certain formats routinely filed away or deleted, whist others tend to circulate? The report provides an introduction to the some of the arguments about how to approach the problem of information formats (for networ...

Associating Gender with ICT policy
Associating Gender with ICT policy 22 August 2007 Katerina Fialova

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