Web Science/Part4: Web & Society

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Under construction icon-blue.svg This part is currently under construction. But there is an index of tentative topics available. The index is transcluded in the following while creating the content is still under construction.

--MOOC-Index

lesson|Web Governance[edit]

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  • furtherReading=
  1. http://webscience.org/is-the-internet-governable-distinguished-lecture-with-daniel-j-weitzner/
  2. http://dipbt.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/17/124/1712480.pdf internet governance paper by German Parlament
  3. https://www.w3.org/2004/09/Policy-Aware-Web-acl.pdf policy paper by W3C
  4. http://www.volker-leib.de/diss/vleib-icann.pdf dissertation about the power of ICANN
  5. discussing oligopoly http://supernet.isenberg.umass.edu/articles/Dynamic_Network_Oligopoly_with_Quality_Competition.pdf
  6. knowledge commons by leonard dornbusch http://www.bpb.de/apuz/33218/auf-dem-weg-zu-einer-wissensallmende and: http://www.dobusch.net/pub/pol/pol0610b.pdf
  7. w:Net_neutrality
  8. http://lavabit.com/
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ladar/lavabits-dark-mail-initiative/posts/1107895
  10. http://www.net.in.tum.de/fileadmin/TUM/NET/NET-2015-09-1/NET-2015-09-1_03.pdf

unit|What is meant by Web Governance[edit]

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  1. be able to give a definition for web governance
  2. understand why web governance is a non trivial problem
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unit|Multistakeholder systems[edit]

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  1. be able to name important stake holders for web governance
  2. be able to state relations between the stakeholders and their interests
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  1. a

unit|Who is governing the Internet and World wide web[edit]

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  1. W3C
  2. IETF
  3. ICANN
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  1. a

unit|Governaning the technical developement[edit]

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  1. W3C
  2. IETF
  3. EEF
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  1. a

unit|Questions for society[edit]

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  1. Copyright
  2. Net neutrality
  3. Privacy
  4. Security
  5. Trust
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unit|Net neutrality[edit]

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  1. Essays of Tim Wu
  2. be able to understand the various opinions which the big players have
  3. be able to explain the various dimensions of net neutrality
  4. discrimination of data
  5. discrimination of hardware
  6. discrimination of services
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  1. w:Net_neutrality
  2. w:Wikipedia_Zero
  3. Net Neutrality: Towards a co-regulatory solution by Christopher T Marsden

unit|Summary, Further readings, Homework[edit]

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lesson|Copyright[edit]

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  1. Collision of regional laws with a global cyberspace
  2. principles about German and american copyright
  3. story of Aaron Swartz (SOPA, Creative Commons, JStore, Pacer,...)
  4. free culture movement: open access, open data, open educational resources,... (key people, organizations)
  5. public domain
  6. governance of the web is difficult
  7. be able to explain how governance of the web raises complex ethical questions
  8. what is a licence
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  1. http://codev2.cc/download+remix/Lessig-Codev2.pdf
  2. w:Open_access
  3. w:PACER_(law)
  4. w:Aaron_Swartz
  5. w:Creative_Commons
  6. w:SOPA
  7. w:German_copyright_law
  8. w:United_States_copyright_law
  9. History_of_Western_Copyright_Law
  10. Category:Copyright

unit|Regional laws in globally connected cyberspace[edit]

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unit|Laws wich could not foresee technical development[edit]

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unit|the open and free movement[edit]

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unit|piracy and copyright infringement[edit]

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  1. a
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unit|The case of Aaron Swartz[edit]

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unit|Summary, Further readings, Homework[edit]

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lesson|needs a name and be split into two lessons[edit]

unit|Privacy[edit]

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  1. nsa / prism
  2. smartphones
  3. cookies and user tracking
  4. man in the middle attacks
  5. tor
  6. encryption
  7. it is actually really hard to define good learning goals and think of good examples and content
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  1. last paragraph of http://www.nytimes.com/2003/03/24/business/worldbusiness/24iht-itend24_ed3_.html to see how prism could have been forseen
  2. w:Patriot_Act enabling w:PRISM_(surveillance_program)

unit|Security[edit]

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  1. SSL
  2. SSH
  3. PGP
  4. Bitcoin
  5. fishing

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unit|Trust[edit]

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  1. How to verfiy identify / de-mail could be a use case
  2. how to detect fraud?
  3. phishing
  4. there must be others...
  • furtherReading=
  1. w:De-Mail

unit|Summary, Further readings, Homework[edit]

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