CCT109H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Digital Object Identifier, Social Democracy, Net Neutrality

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Guest lecture on the internet as a human right. 20 mc and 15 t/f and 2 short answers. 1st short answer will cover material from the final 4 weeks of class. 2nd sa asks you to consider a major theme from different options that you can use from the semester. Half mc and half t/f covers the final 4 weeks. In making the comparison, cerf is (ironically) countering the technology deterministic rationale commonly employed by this own sector. Cerf is correct, of course, that technology itself if a catalyst for a broad range of intrinsic human (cid:396)ights. De-facto compulsory: compelled to do something a certain way because the alternatives are untenable. They are legally required to have an insurance policy for every costumer, but they drive up the price in the market. As concrete as article 19 went, it is focusing still on the outcomes. It is both the machines and content that is connected through the network.

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