Research handbook on human rights and digital technology : global politics, law and international rights

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Full title: Research handbook on human rights and digital technology : global politics, law and international rights / edited by Ben Wagner (Institute for Information Systems and Society, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna, Austria), Matthias C. Kettemann (Leibniz Institute for Media Research - Hans-Bredow-Institut, Hamburg), and Kilian Vieth (Stiftung Neue Verantwortung, Berlin, Germany).
Other authors: Wagner, Ben, (Editor)
Kettemann, Matthias C., (Editor)
Vieth, Kilian, (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • Contents: Part I: Conceptual approaches to human rights and digital technology
  • 1. Human rights futures for the internet / M.I. Franklin
  • 2. There are no rights 'in' cyberspace / Mark Graham
  • 3. Beyond national security, the emergence of a digital reason of state(s) led by transnational guilds of sensitive information. The case of the Five Eyes Plus Network. / Didier Bigo
  • 4. Digital copyright and human rights: balancing of competing obligations, or is there no conflict? / Ben Farrand
  • Part II: Security and human rights: between cybersecurity and cybercrime
  • 5. Cybersecurity and human rights / Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Camino Kavanagh
  • 6. Cybercrime, human rights and digital politics / Dominik Brodowski
  • 7. "This is not a drill": international law and protection of cybersecurity / Mathias C. Kettemann
  • 8. First do no harm: the potential of harm caused to fundamental rights and freedoms by state cybersecurity interventions / Douwe Korff
  • Part III: Internet access and surveillance: assessing human rights in practice
  • 9. Access to the internet in the eu: a policy priority, a fundamental, a human right, or a concern of eGovernment? / Lina Jasmontaite and Paul de Hert
  • 10. Reflections on access to internet in Cuba as a human right / Raudiel F. Peña Barrios
  • 11. Surveillance reform: revealing surveillance harm and engaging reform tactics / Evan Light and Jonathan A. Obar
  • 12. Germany's recent intelligence reform revisited: a wolf in sheep's clothing? / Thorsten Wetzling
  • Part IV: Automation, trade and freedom of expression: embedding rights in technology governance
  • 13. Liability and automation in socio-technical systems / Giuseppe Contissa and Giovanni Sartor
  • 14. Who pays? - On artificial agents, human rights and tort law / Tim Engelhardt
  • 15. Digital technologies, human rights and global trade? Expanding export controls of surveillance technologies in Europe, China and India / Ben Wagner and Stéphanie Horth
  • 16. Policing 'online-radicalization': The framing of Europol's internet referral unit / Kilian Vieth
  • Part V: Actors' perspectives on human rights: how can change happen?
  • 17. When private actors govern human rights / Rikke Frank Jørgensen
  • 18. INternational organizations and digital human rights / Wolfgang Benedek
  • 19. REcognizing children's rights in relation to digital technologies: challenges of voice and evidence, principle and practice / Amanda Third, Sonia Livingstone and Gerison Lansdown
  • 20. Digital rights of LGBT Communities: constructing an intersectional rights framework / Monika Zalnieriute
  • 21. Collateral data: ethical considerations regarding the use of publicly available information in citizen-led investigations / Marek Tuszynski, Gabi Sobliye and Arikia Millikan
  • Index.