Policy, law and ethics

The institutional and political regulations of the internet are continuously debated among researchers, activists, and policy-makers alike. The non-proprietary, open and uncensored character of the internet is addressed from judicial, ethical, commercial, political, and social perspectives - all bringing different interests, values, and cultural inclinations into the discussion. CFI emphasizes policy, law, and ethics as crucial research areas, and analyses the struggle over the internet through issues of privacy, net-neutrality, and copyright, among others.