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Table-ronde : Big data, partage des données et communs à l'échelle régionale et globale

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Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, CNRS

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Table-ronde : Big data, partage des données et communs à l'échelle régionale et globale

  1. 1. Le marché d'internet face au droit européen et au droit de l'état Melanie Dulong de Rosnay Institut des Sciences de la Communication (CNRS - Paris Sorbonne – UPMC) Université Paris II 9 Juin 2017 Colloque Entre Etat et marchés, la dynamique du commun : vers de nouveaux équilibres
  2. 2. Community networks as infrastructure commons How CNs interact with state, market, science, local authorities? netCommons 3 years EC-funded project @netcommons
  3. 3. Community networks p2p, DIY, mesh & alternative internets “Mesh networks are an especially resilient tool because there's no easy way for a government to shut them down. They can't just block cell reception or a site address. Mesh networks are like Voldemort after he split his soul into horcruxes (only not evil). Destroying one part won't kill it unless you destroy each point of access; someone would have to turn off Bluetooth on every phone using FireChat to completely break the connection. This hard-to-break connection isn't super important for casual chats, but during tense political showdowns, it could be a lifeline." 476454/how-hong-kong-protesters-are-connecting-without-ce ll-or-wi-fi-networks
  4. 4. Community Networks Affordable internet access free or cheaper subscription + Extra services in addition to connectivity Sharing content,broadcast radio, video streaming, wiki, podcast... Storage, VOIP, encryption, IM, IRC, videoconference, mail servers, VPN, self-hosting...
  5. 5. Bottom-up alternatives to ISPs ● Peer production ● Citizen science ● Do It Yourself, makerspace ● Alternative ● Autoproduction, autogestion, cooperatives ● Commons ● Sharing ● Collaboration & participation Sources: chaft/
  6. 6. Alternative? - Independent - Decentralised - Avoid dependencies (single points of failures) - Deconcentrated (avoid concentration of power) - Respectful of users' rights - Balanced terms of use - No surveillance - Bottom-up, self-organised, democratic - Not commercial, non-profit, commons-based “Not...” → Positive definition of what is alternative
  7. 7. AlterNets Values ● Democracy ● Net neutrality, transparency ● Participation & local development ● Independent infrastructure ● Alternative to commercial ISPs ● Users rights – Terms of use – Surveillance – Data sovereignty
  8. 8. Complex Commons Infrastructure commons because of their physical materiality (internet cables) and the need of open hardware (routers), Natural commons because of their dependance on access to spectrum, an unusual natural resource, Knowledge commons because of the technical and governance skills required to deploy and maintain a local CN, Urban commons because of their local organisation, and value sharing on territories, Digital commons because of their purpose, the communication of information, subjected to the same regulation and challenges, such as tort, copyright or privacy, than intangible informational commons
  9. 9. Skills ● Computer & network science: router, nodes, ● Communication and community-building – Find more nodes – Write documentation ● Political and governance – run a coop – manage decision-making ● Socio-economics: – negociate with partners – crowdfunding ● Legal: liability, privacy, terms of service ● Advocacy: telecom package
  10. 10. Law & P2P Traditional application of law to tech disrupting the law Actions and files fragmentation + local encryption Challenge liability, control, ownership and responsibility Harder to al/locate responsibility on one agent Chilling effect of cybercriminality regulation – Three strikes – Monitoring – Outlaw the tech?
  11. 11. Mc Fadden v. Sony EJC Case Can CNs continue to offer open WiFi access points? Munich to ECJ 1) Can a free WLAN operator be qualified as “provider of information society services” and enjoy the liability limitations introduced by art. 12, Dir. 2000/31 applicable to a WLAN operator? 2) What measures should a provider adopt to avoid liability for third party’s intellectual property rights infringement?
  12. 12. What is a provider of information society services? Recital 18 of Dir. 2000/31 specifies that information society services must be an economic activity. However, this does not mean that the “remuneration” has to come from clients or customers → for CNs, how to distinguish ancillary and commercial activity in the absence of a remuneration
  13. 13. What measures should a provider implement to avoid liability for infringement? Monitoring Termination Password protection clash with fundamental rights
  14. 14. Intermediary or not? Would it for a CN – or for a gateway node - be better to qualify as a provider and to be submitted to liability exemption but also to its counterparts, including possible injunction? // Or in the contrary, would CNs be better off (and would this be an option at all) if they do not quality as intermediaries and economic operators? → non-profit but at the same time non-ancillary nature of their activity → each individual node an intermediary in the technical sense but not in the economic sense
  15. 15. Can the decision affect the shaping and the sustainability of CNs? would a modification of the design be so disruptive that it would signify the end of open CNs? ● Fee, absence of a fee, subscriptions at different levels for different categories of members, depending of their involvement in the CN Would in-kind contribution (as manager of a node, as rooftop care-taker, as community officer reaching out to new audiences, as drafter of user documentation) be assimilated to a professional role? ● Governance decisions: board, nodes, noone? modifications to the other dimensions of the CN: the fee policy, the legal structuration, the technical design, or Terms of Use, when they exist, and whether CN could or should amend their promises or exclusion of service (is 'be nice' enough?)
  16. 16. Techno-political citizen projects ● geek <---> hacker <---> activist ● a techno-political community STS material practise + civic participation – Teaching to researchers – CS, commons, IT law ● Challenges: non geek & gender inclusion MERCI ! @melanieddr @netcommonseu