• Interview with Roger Darlington: 2005 CyberSafety Conference

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:04:46

    Interview with Roger Darlington from the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • CyberSafety Conference: Introductions

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:27:03

    Introductions to the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • CyberSafety Conference Keynote: The Secure Future of the Internet and How to Stop It

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:37:09

    Keynote by Jonathan Zittrain at the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • CyberSafety Conference Keynote: Cyber Security and the ‘NEW’ World Enterprise

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:34:34

    Keynote by Howard Schmidt at the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • CyberSafety Conference: Close / Ways Forward

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 01:34:10

    Closing notes from the 2005 Cybersafety Conference focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • Interview with Peter Grabosky: 2005 CyberSafety Conference

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:05:42

    Interview with Peter Grabosky from the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • Interview with Jim Gamble: 2005 CyberSafety Conference

    Date: 9 September 2005
    Duration: 00:05:47

    Interview with Jim Gamble from the 2005 Cybersafety Conference, focusing on the complex web of issues, assumptions and trade-offs involved in improving online safety and security at a personal, national and international level.

  • The Intelligence of Wikipedia

    Date: 11 July 2005
    Duration: 00:53:51

    Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales explains the history and growth of Wikipedia, with a particular focus on the internal community process which ensure a constant growth in quality.

  • Internet Governance for Dummies

    Date: 4 July 2005
    Duration: 00:57:51

    What aspects of the Internet need to be governed? How effectively are ICANN, the IETF and the ITU dealing with the key issues of Internet governance? Session introduced and chaired by Ted Nelson.

  • Social Networks and Internet Connectivity Effects

    Date: 20 June 2005
    Duration: 00:43:09

    Caroline Haythornthwaite summarizes and discusses her article: 'Social Networks and Internet connectivity Effects' published in the journal 'Information Communication and Society'

  • Disciplinary Differences in e-Research

    Date: 14 June 2005
    Duration: 00:40:26

    What behavioural, social, political, economic, technical and institutional information issues arise whem we attempt the interdisciplinary collaborations typicial of e-Research?

  • The Logics of Information (Discussion)

    Date: 11 May 2005
    Duration: 00:58:22

    Luciano Floridi presents on the logics of information, at the Télé-université, University of Quebec, 11 May 2005.

  • The Logics of Information (Presentation)

    Date: 11 May 2005
    Duration: 01:21:19

    Luciano Floridi presents on the logics of information, at the Télé-université, University of Quebec, 11 May 2005.

  • Bridging the Digital Divides: Best Practices and Perceptions

    Date: 4 March 2005
    Duration: 00:41:03

    Focusing on systematic and critical case studies of initiatives to narrow digital divides in developing countries: how scalable or transferable are they to other contexts?

  • Looking Forward to the Virtual Research Council

    Date: 3 March 2005
    Duration: 00:54:50

    Chris Caswill summarizes and discusses his article: 'Whose Agency? Looking Forward to the Virtual Research Council' published in the journal Information Communication and Society.

  • The Societal Implications of Networking: A Personal Perspective

    Date: 12 October 2004
    Duration: 01:33:15

    'Grandfather of the Internet' Professor Farber gives his thoughts on future directions of networking. What impact has networking had on the world and its citizens? What if anything can be done about the current chaos - spam and other nasties?

  • SDP Oxford (2004) Student Documentary

    Date: 15 July 2004
    Duration: 00:10:00

    SDP Oxford (2004) Student Documentary Part 1