International Studies | TOPIC: International Information Policy and Access
I300 | 26797 | Oldenkamp,D

This course is designed to explore how the Internet has spread
globally, how it fits into the agenda for international development,
the international legal issues that arise from the rise of the
global information society, where human rights impact access to
information, how countries attempt to control the Internet, and who
should “run” the Internet.  The course will examine these topics
through readings, case studies, and through analyses of the various
stakeholders involved in international information policy.