NEW! English edition of the book “Internet and the Pandemic in the Americas”
The purpose of this volume is to show how the Internet has served humanity in various areas in the times of COVID-19, placing a special emphasis on Latin America and the Caribbean, based on a regional perspective which also considers global experiences. In the same way, this set of essays analyses the new challenges and risks arising from the pandemic and seeks to demonstrate how these can be addressed, in a coordinated manner, by multiple actors committed to reducing the social, political and economic impact generated by society.
The topics vary: Internet access and human rights online, populism disinformation, big data and open data, telework, tele-education, digital cooperation, privacy, digital transformation of companies and cybersecurity. Each one approached by leading specialists from nine countries of the continent.
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