Joao Carlos Caribe

Joao Carlos Caribe

Independent consultant and Postgradute researcher on Inf. Science at PPGCI UFRJ
Joined on October 30, 2014 – Brazil
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Independent consultant,Postgraduate researcher (master student) on information science at PPGCI UFRJ,Former Counselor for the first Coordination Council of NetMundial Initiative, representing the Latin America and Caribbean Civil Society,former member Executive Committee of NCUC at ICANN representing the Latin America/Caribbean. Also a member of Internet Society Brazil, Coalizao Direitos na Rede,Latam Network,BestBits, Diplo Community, Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality and Global Net Neutrality Coalition.

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We Need to Disconnect from Facebook Right Now

The smartphone has effectively transformed us into cyborgs, we have in our hands a highly efficient computing device equipped with a photo and video camera, microphone, GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, light and proximity sensors, as well as other features that allow creation of increasingly useful, impressive and addictive applications. more

How Bubbles Decide Elections

The victory of Trump left the world perplexed, it did not take long to appear texts blaming Facebook and its bubble for the unexpected result. The "bubble", a theme that circulated more for the academic and technical spheres gained an unusual popularity in the last days, never saw so many texts on the subject published in such a short space of time, and in the recognized spaces of global journalism. more

Zero-Rating and the Creation of Digital Castes

During the last Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul, a day was devoted to Net Neutrality with three panels devoted to the subject. The first was exactly about Zero-Rating: Net Neutrality, Zero-Rating & Development: What's the Data? the second was Network Neutrality: a Roadmap for Infrastructure Enhancement and last, the main session Network Neutrality: Towards a Common Understanding of a Complex Issue and Zero-rating was discussed on all three panels. more

The "Bottom Dilemma"

I attended the 46th ICANN meeting in Beijing, China, and made a statementat on the panel "Internet Governance -- The Global Agenda", questioning the limits of the multistakeholder model, or more precisely the "bottom" of the bottom-up concept. My expectation was enormous, just at the time when two important meetings on governance and information society are in evidence: the WCIT and WSIS +10. more

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