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The principle of least authority: how capabilities can improve internet-scale privacy

The core protocols our computers use to communicate across the internet need to be improved in order to give users control over their privacy and protect metadata. Capabilities encode information about what can be done with data into the data itself, and may be a useful building block for the next generation of internet protocols.

By Jack Grigg, July 2018

PDF | HTML | In the Digital Library

Routes to rights: internet architecture and values in times of ossification and commercialization

The commercialization and evolution of the internet have affected our ability to exercise human rights online.

By Niels ten Oever, Davide Beraldo, July 2018

PDF | HTML | In the Digital Library