Ali, Syed Mustafa
Does Internet governance need to be decolonized? If so, why? How can Internet governance be ‘colonial’ (thereby necessitating decolonization) if the colonial project is a thing of the past? And even if Internet governance is a colonial phenomenon, what might it mean to ‘decolonize’ Internet governance, and how should this be carried out?
Ali, Syed Mustafa (2018). Prolegomenon to the Decolonization of Internet Governance. In: Oppermann, Daniel ed. Internet Governance in the Global South: History, Theory and Contemporary Debates. São Paulo, Brazil: International Relations Research Center, Núcleo de Pesquisa em Relações Internacionais (NUPRI), University of São Paulo, pp. 109–183.