Prolegomenon to the Decolonization of Internet Governance

Ali, Syed Mustafa (2018). Prolegomenon to the Decolonization of Internet Governance. In: Oppermann, Daniel ed. Internet Governance in the Global South: History, Theory and Contemporary Debates. São Paulo, Brazil: International Relations Research Center, Núcleo de Pesquisa em Relações Internacionais (NUPRI), University of São Paulo, pp. 109–183.



Does Internet governance need to be decolonized? If so, why? How can Internet governance be ‘colonial’ (thereby necessitating decolonization) if the colonial project is a thing of the past? And even if Internet governance is a colonial phenomenon, what might it mean to ‘decolonize’ Internet governance, and how should this be carried out?

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