I&J Papers offer a comprehensive and timely overview of jurisdiction on the Internet and related policy developments. Beyond contextualizing jurisdictional tensions generated by the cross-border Internet, I&J Papers channel the I&J Process toward policy suggestions and recommendations for future action.
From Legal Arms Race to Transnational Cooperation
April 3, 2016
The I&J Paper Jurisdiction on the Internet: From legal arms race to transnational cooperation was commissioned by the Global Commission on Internet Governance and written by the founders of the Internet & Jurisdiction policy network, Bertrand de La Chapelle and Paul...
Top Internet and Jurisdiction Trends of 2015
January 15, 2016
Internet & Jurisdiction released the 4th volume of its annual Retrospect report. “2015 in Retrospect” features a review of crucial dynamics to identify emerging norms, stimulate policy discussions and catalyze the development of cooperation mechanism to preserve the...
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New Publication: 2014 in Retrospect
February 27, 2015
Internet & Jurisdiction facilitates an evidence-based global multistakeholder dialogue process. To enable cooperation between stakeholders to develop a transnational due process framework for the Internet, it informs its participants about emerging trends and high-level patterns...
I&J Project White Paper 2014 Published
August 18, 2014
The Internet & Jurisdiction Project White Paper 2014 summarizes the state of the ongoing global multi-stakeholder dialogue process....