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Dennis Redeker

Dennis Redeker is a co-funder of the Island Ark Project, a platform to preserve intangible cultural heritage (like ceremonies, practices, recipes and language) online. Together with partners from Small Island Developing States, he explores the feasibility of cultural development on the Internet as a response to challenges like climate change and forced migration.
 
Dennis is also an affiliate of the Berkman Center, working on Internet governance and fragmentation and investigating the actors and discourses involved in the negotiation of Internet rights. He is the co-author of a new Berkman working paper, "Towards digital constitutionalism? Mapping attempts to craft an Internet Bill of Rights.
 
Dennis' work combines ethnographic fieldwork with an analysis of global discourse on Internet politics. He is pursuing an MA in International Relations and is based in Bremen, Germany.

Publications

Monday, Nov 9, 2015

Towards Digital Constitutionalism? Mapping Attempts to Craft an Internet Bill of Rights

The idea of an “Internet Bill of Rights” is by no means a new one: in fact, serious efforts to draft such a document can be traced at least as far back as the mid-1990s. In this… More