First Monday is one of the first openly accessible, peer–reviewed journals solely devoted to research about the Internet. First Monday has published 1,622 papers in 247 issues, written by 2,252 different authors, over the past 20 years.
|This month: December 2016|
Special issue: “Reclaiming the Internet” with distributed architectures
The papers in this special issue were originally part of the final symposium of the research project ADAM (Architecture Distribuée & Applications Multimédias, French acronym of Distributed Architectures and Multimedia Applications). Much is at stake in the study of distributed network architectures beyond engineering sciences. The papers in this issue explore the political, social, and legal implications of distributed architectures. There are important challenges that distributed architectures pose to our societies, economic systems, legal norms, and collective behaviors.
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