My new book, A Guide to the Internet for Human Rights Defenders is now available to buy on Amazon, or order in your local bookshop. Originally commissioned by Global Partners Digital in the run up to NETmundial, the Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance held in Brazil last year, this new edition has been simplified and re-formatted for a more general audience.
A Guide to the Internet for Human Rights Defenders explains the history and workings of the internet, who governs it, and who has the power to affect our rights online. Written in a breezy, accessible style and with an extensive glossary of technical terms, this small volume will prove, I hope, to be an indispensable guide for students, business leaders and policymakers new to the world of internet governance and human rights.
Buy it here, or contact me if you’re interested in bulk orders direct from the publisher.