podcast Tech Talk: Talking Tech with Mallory Knodel and Niels ten Oever On Inclusive Language in Internet Standards
report Shifting terrain: “Standards, Protocols, Ecosystem” — Report on a round-table discussion Maxigas and Alek Tarkowski, funded by the ford foundation and DIGI at new america, november 2023
book Eaten by the Internet, edited by Corinne Cath October 2023
report Exploring the public interest in media infrastructures through the lenses of geopolitics, standards, and the environment. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10002322 October 2023
special issue branch magazine: issue #6 green screen, Katrin Fritsch, Fieke Jansen, Maya Richman, and Katherine Waters. September 2023
academic publication maxigas and niels ten oever. 2023. geopolitics in the infrastructural ideology of 5G. global media & china, Global Media and China, August, https://doi.org/10.1177/20594364231193950.
working paper fieke jansen, merve gülmez, becky kazansky, harriet kingaby, claire fernandez, and jan tobias mühlberg. 2023. the climate crisis is a digital rights crisis: exploring the civil-society framing of two intersecting disasters. ninth workshop on computing within limits
report building a relational infrastructure; the launch of the critical infrastructure lab, fieke jansen, niels ten oever, maxigas, et al (2023)
report loud men talking loudly report on exclusionary cultures of internet governance, corinne cath, funded by the ford foundation, april 2023
report thinking infrastructurally about open source software thomas streinz, funded by the ford foundation, april 2023
essay fieke jansen. 2023. Article 37 Environment protection, internet infrastructure and the data economy, in Giannopoulou (ed) digital rights are charter rights. digital freedom fund, pp. 50-52
media podcast by bits of freedom featuring fieke jansen introducing the lab, april 2023
media radio interview at dutch public national broadcaster radio 1 on internet shutdowns, april 2023
working paper ten oever, niels. towards the multistakeholder imposition of internet sanctions, 2022
academic publication ten oever, niels. 2022. 5g and the notion of network ideology, or: the limitations of sociotechnical imaginaries, telecommunications policy, elsevier. doi: 10.1016/j.telpol.2022.102442
academic publication ten oever, niels, corinne cath, mirja kühlewind, and colin perkins. report from the iab workshop on analyzing ietf data (aid) 2021. request for comments. internet engineering task force, september 2022. doi: 10.17487/rfc9307.
academic publication ten oever, niels, and stefania milan. the making of international communication standards: towards a theory of power in standardization in journal of standardisation 1 (june 29, 2022). https://doi.org/10.18757/jos.2022.6205.
academic publication becker, christoph., ten oever, niels, and riccardo nanni. the standardisation of lawful interception technologies in the 3gpp: interrogating 5g and surveillance amid us-china competition, washington dc: tprc2022
working paper maxigas and ten oever, niels. the people’s 5g laboratory: critical perspectives on media technologies, 2021
report human rights are not a bug: upgrading governance for an equitable internet report about the governance of the internet infrastructure, funded by the ford foundation, 2021
academic publication ten oever, niels. 2021. 5g and the notion of network ideology, or: the limitations of sociotechnical imaginaries in giganet annual symposium 2021 proceedings. katowice: giganet, internet governance forum
academic publication dunajcsik, peter “maxigas,” and niels ten oever. 2021. geopolitics in the infrastructural ideologies of 5g aoir selected papers of internet research, aoir2021 https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2021i0.12163.
academic publication ten oever, niels. 2021. the quantum state of infrastructure reconfiguration in 5g in selected papers in internet research 2021. research from the annual conference of the association of internet researchers. aoir 2021. https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2021i0.12056.
academic publication ten oever, niels (2021) norm conflict in the governance of transnational and distributed infrastructures: the case of internet routing, globalizations, doi: (doi:10.1080/14747731.2021.1953221)
ten oever, niels (2021) “this is not how we imagined it”: technological affordances, economic drivers, and the internet architecture imaginary. new media & society. 2021;23(2):344-362. (doi:10.1177/1461444820929320)
software benthall, sebastian, nick doty, niels ten oever, and christoph becker. bigbang (version 0.4.0). python, 2021. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5243261.