On bringing governance into technology: Case of Internet governance and implications for Africa

  title={On bringing governance into technology: Case of Internet governance and implications for Africa},
  author={Chipo Kanjo and Towela Nyirenda Jere},
  journal={2015 IST-Africa Conference},
  • C. KanjoT. Jere
  • Published 6 May 2015
  • Political Science
  • 2015 IST-Africa Conference
Technology, particularly the Internet, allows for innovativeness and enables different countries and stakeholders to extend their global reach. The Internet in particular has become a pervasive and ubiquitous technology that has the potential to impact all aspects of everyday life. There is thus a great need to ensure that it is governed in a manner that takes into consideration its different users and stakeholders. This paper uses the evolution of the Internet to illustrate how governance has… 

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