The Journal of Peer Production - New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change New perspectives on the implications of peer production for social change
Issue #9: Alternative Internets image

Issue 9: September 2016

Special Issue Editors: Félix Tréguer (ISCC-CNRS), Panayotis Antoniadis (NetHood), Johan Söderberg (Göteborgs Universitet)

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Special Issue Editors’ Introduction

Alt. vs. Ctrl.: Editorial notes for the JoPP issue on Alternative Internets
Félix Tréguer, Panayotis Antoniadis and Johan Söderberg [html]


Peer Reviewed Academic Papers

In Defense of the Digital Craftsperson

James Losey and Sascha D. Meinrath [html]

Hacktivism, Infrastructures and Legal Frameworks in Community Networks: The Italian Case of

Stefano Crabu, Federica Giovanella, Leonardo Maccari and Paolo Magaudda [html]

Enmeshed Lives? Examining the Potentials and the Limits in the Provision of Wireless Networks. The Case of Réseau Libre

Christina Haralanova and Evan Light [html]

Going Off-the-Cloud: The Role of Art in the Development of a User-Owned & Controlled Connected World 

Daphne Dragona and Dimitris Charitos [html]

Gesturing Towards “Anti-Colonial Hacking” and its Infrastructure

Sophie Toupin [html]

The Interplay Between Decentralization and Privacy: The Case of Blockchain Technologies

Primavera De Filippi [html]

Finding an Alternate Route: Towards Open, Eco-cyclical, and Distributed Production

Stephen Quilley, Jason Hawreliak and Kaitlin Kish [html]


Experimental format

Alternative Policies for Alternative Internets

Melanie Dulong de Rosnay [html]