Internet Governance

Publications

, OpenAPI Initiative
Event: Closing Keynote: APIs, interoperability, and the law – Chris Riley
Chris Riley

In 2021 the Supreme Court ruled on Google v. Oracle, upholding copyright of APIs but allowing for fair use. What does that mean for network-oriented…

, Tech Policy Press
The Sunday Show: The Bad News on Internet Freedom
Chris Riley

From Tech Policy Press:

Finally, we speak with Chris Riley, senior fellow of internet governance at R Street Institute, a D.C. think tank that advocates for free markets. With coauthor David…

Legislative efforts and policy frameworks within the Section 230 debate
Chris Riley

In recent years, policymakers have attempted to tackle the harms associated with online platforms via an ineffective bricolage of finger-pointing, performative hearings grilling various CEOs,…

, Tech Policy Press
A Multi-Stakeholder Approach to Content Moderation Policy
Chris Riley

From Tech Policy Press:

Enter the R Street Institute, a D.C. think tank that advocates for free markets, which recently set out to explore what a properly designed “multi-stakeholder” process…

, Reason
Trump’s ‘Big Tech’ Lawsuits Are Ludicrous
Steven Greenhut

No one should be surprised that former President Donald Trump, who according to a USA Today analysis had filed 4,095 lawsuits over three decades by the beginning of his presidency in 2016, has…

, R Street Institute
Event: Free Speech, Public Policy and the Technology Industry
Chris Riley

[Moderator] Chris Riley, Senior Fellow of Internet Governance, R Street Institute
Lauren Krapf, Technology Policy & Advocacy Counsel, Anti-Defamation League

Event: Strengthening Democracies in the Digital Age
Chris Riley

From Stanford Cyber Policy Center:

Technological cooperation is one of the key topics of the transatlantic agenda. The capacity of nations to innovate…

, R Street Institute
Event: Free Speech, the Individual and Online Content Intermediation (Session 1)
Chris Riley

From R Street Institute:

For the past several years, global, federal and state governments have contemplated how to manage online content—from the…

The Great War, Part 4: The Internet vs Truth
Chris Riley

“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” This accidentally poignant cartoon from The New Yorker in 1993 kicked off a long-standing tension between the internet and truth. Nearly 20 years…

The Great War, Part 1: The Internet vs Democracy
Chris Riley

This is the first part to a series of posts on this topic. Scroll to the end to find the most recent posts.

The first slice of the multi-dimensional war for the future of internet governance I…

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