Internet Governance and Human Rights: A Literature Review

  • Corinne CathEmail author
Part of the Digital Ethics Lab Yearbook book series (DELY)


This article presents an integrative literature review on internet governance and human rights. In it, I consider two arguments. First, I build on existing literature that internet governance is political to suggest it should consider including a broader set of internet design and governance questions beyond the current research focus taken. Second, that research on internet governance and human rights is comprehensive but skewed towards covering particular technologies, rights, actors, and means for enabling human rights online. This is, in part, the result of how researchers define the field and who they consider part of their epistemic community. Concluding, I present various suggestions for further research and policy making.


Internet governance Human Rights Internet design Content Governance Information Intermediaries Physical Infrastructure Politics 



I would like to thank the two editors for their helpful feedback and comments. I am also thankful for the feedback I received from Professor Luciano Floridi and Dr. Victoria Nash, as well as various members of the Digital Ethics Lab (DELab). I also want to extend a special thanks to Vidushi Marda, Niels ten Oever, Christiaan van Veen, Ben Zevenbergen, and Jo Gardner.


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  1. 1.Oxford Internet Institute, Digital Ethics LabUniversity of OxfordOxfordUK
  2. 2.The Alan Turing InstituteLondonUK

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