Who Rules the Internet?
Because the Internet is not a single infrastructure, it is easy to lose track of everybody involved in Internet Governance. Yet, nothing beats the multi-stakeholder approach, according to dotmagazine's Mathias Röckel.
Feature "Ethics in Digitalization"
doteditorial: How the Industry is Taking Responsibility for a Better Internet
The key to maintaining the energy and innovation of digitalization, and ensuring societal safeguards, is industry self-regulation. The issues of trust, integrity, and privacy are now taking center stage – and the solution is that of socially responsible self-regulation, says Lars Steffen, Director of eco International.
Industry Insights "Ethics in Digitalization"
ID4me – An Open, Global, Federated Standard for Digital Identity Management
The Web Alienates Non-English Speakers — And We Need to Change That
Feature "Internet Governance"
Does Self-Regulation Empower Industry?
Michael Rotert explores the variety of measures for governing the global Internet – and how laws can’t keep up with technological development
Feature "Cloud Computing"
Cloud | Certification & Compliance: Call for Contributions Issue 33
Call for contributions from eco member companies and specialists on cloud and AI, GAIA-X & gaming, and certification and compliance for industry (self-)regulation.
Feature "Doing Business in Germany"
Why Self-Regulation Runs in Germany's DNA
Doing Business in Germany: Understanding Germany’s enthusiasm for Self-Regulation will make you want to get more involved