CIMLAPS-supported animated series simplifies internet governance


Accessing news content through the internet is an everyday activity for many people, but the regulations governing these platforms can feel technical and complicated.

With support from The Media School’s Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, Noah Arjomand has produced an animated video series that simplifies these topics so they’re accessible for everyone.

“The idea is to show how all of these aren’t just abstract legal or technical engineering problems, but all of them relate really closely to issues that all of us care about or should care about — press freedom, the ability of producers of media to reach their audiences, the inequality in who has a voice online,” said Arjomand, a Mark Helmke postdoctoral scholar on global media, development and democracy in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies.

Arjomand’s series explains internet governance — the structure …
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