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There is something profoundly human about the Internet, its infrastructure. The ability of people to join without permission and innovate, the ability of actors to act independently, yet obey to certain standards and the ability to provide the services that allow people to communicate - are all features of a very human technology. At the same time, beyond this heavy machinery, humans feed the Internet constantly with data that affects their lives and those of others. While we talk about issu ...
 
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📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:26] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[06:21] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[16:22] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:21] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[03:30] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[05:41] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:12] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[02:53] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[05:42] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:24] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[08:47] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[18:39] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
In this episode, Jillian and Konstantinos talk to activist and musician Evan Greer about Elon Musk's Twitter acquisition and his first six weeks, content moderation all the way down the "Internet stack", antitrust and surveillance capitalism and punk rock. Evan is an active writer and you can find her body of work through her personal website: http…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:29] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[05:01] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[10:10] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:00] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[05:31] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[09:24] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
In this episode, Jillian and I talk with Anriette Esterhuysen, former Chair of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and former executive director of the Association for Progressive Communications (APC). We discuss a variety of issues, including the future of the Internet Governance Forum, the upcoming Wor…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:29] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[05:12] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[10:31] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:11] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[06:25] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[13:31] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:09] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[02:18] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[05:16] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:34] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[05:28] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[10:50] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
There is nothing normal with the case of Alaa Abd El Fattah, arguably Egypt’s highest profile political prisoner. This episode is a special one - I chat with Jillian who has met Alaa and they are friends. In light of the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference, which starts on Sunday and is hosted by Egypt, it important that the case of A…
 
In this episode, Jillian and I talk to Mahsa Alimardani and Nima Fatemi. Mahsa is an Internet researcher, looking at the intersection of technology and human rights, particularly in Iran; Nima is an activist and security researcher as well as the founding director of Kandoo, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering civil society and vulnera…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:18] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[04:03] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[07:37] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:23] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[06:16] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[13:28] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:27] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[04:17] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[08:28] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
📌Episode Highlights ⏲️[00:00] Intro ⏲️[01:41] Q1 - How do you interpret the relationship between users accessing more content and services online and the impact this may have on telcos? ⏲️[07:41] Q2 - What are the inherent dangers (if any) of Big Tech being requested to pay for the network of telcos? ⏲️[13:02] Q3 - Do you think it is appropriate to…
 
In this episode, we talk to Chris Riley, a global internet policy and technology executive. We talked about disruption and the internet, user agency, platform moderation and competition policy. As Mozilla's former director for public policy, we also talked a bit about the fight for freedom and where things currently stand. Finally, we discussed a b…
 
After the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, abortion rights have become centre in American politics. One of the main concerns is the role technology and, the internet in general, can play in this new world, especially when it comes to issues of privacy and security. In this episode, we talk with Amanda Bennett, who works at the Dig…
 
In this episode, Konstantinos and Jillian speak with Heather Burns about the Online Safety Bill in the United Kingdom. The Bill, which has been promoted as the one to make the UK the safest place to be online, has received significant criticism about the way it undermines human rights as well as important security protocols. Heather elaborates on t…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dia Kayyali, a digital rights activist and researcher who currently serves as the Associate Director for Advocacy at Mnemonic. We touched on several issues, from extremism content online to community organising and, of course, Elon Musk and Twitter. Dia is an expert on content moderation focusing on marginalised commun…
 
In this episode, Konstantinos and Jillian speak with Mike Masnick, founder & editor of the popular TechDirt blog as well as the founder of the Silicon Valley think tank, the Copia Institute. During the discussion we touched on a range of issues, including Internet regulation, focusing on the Internet's infrastructure, big tech and how it shapes muc…
 
In this episode, Jilian and Konstantinos talk to David Kaye, who was the United Nations special rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression between August 2014 and July 2020. He is clinical professor of law at the University of California, Irvine on public international law, international humanitaria…
 
In this episode, Konstantinos and Jillian are speaking with Maria Farrell. Maria is an Irish author and speaker working on how to change tech so it supports us as individuals and as a species, and helps us fix the huge challenges we collectively face. During our chat, we discussed the Facebook Papers and the role of whistleblowers and, in particula…
 
In this episode, Jillian York and Konstantinos Komaitis talk to Rebecca MacKinnon. Rebecca, a long advocate of human rights who currently serves as Vice President for Advocacy at Wikimedia Foundation, talks about about how the convergence of unchecked government actions and unaccountable government practices is threatening the future of democracy a…
 
In this first episode, Jillian and Konstantinos introduce themselves and have a conversation about their experiences, concerns and observations over a coffee and a smoothy. They remember when they discussed the idea of the podcast, they reminisce about the first time they interacted socially with the Internet, they touch on current events and they …
 
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