Network

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– PEOPLE (alphabetic order)

Michel Bauwens (Be), president and founder of Foundation for P2P Alternatives;

David Bollier (USA), writer, activist, consultant, co-founder of the Commons Strategies Group;

Gianmarco Bonavolontà (IT), delegate for transparency of the City of Civitavecchia (Roma);

Luca De Biase (IT), jurnalist, writer, director of Nòva24, member of the Standing Board for Innovation and Italian Digital Agenda; Member of the Commission on Guarantees, Rights and Obligations for the use of the Internet promoted by the Italian Chamber of Deputies;

Francesca De Chiara (IT), social researcher at Digital Commons Lab (FBK Foundation), resident fellow 2015 at The Govlab at New York University, co-founder of the Trento node of Open Data Institute;

Daphne Dragona (Gr), media art curator, researcher and PhD candidate in the Faculty of Communication & Media Studies of the University of Athens

Luis Enriquez (EC), IT and copyright lawyer with special focus in Free  and open source software, founder of FOSSLawyer;

Alex Giordano (IT), expert in Social Innovation, Marketing & Communication, professor of Societing, Network Society and Social Innovation at Università Federico II di Napoli e Università IULM di Milano; founder of Rural Hub;

Robin Gross (USA), lawyer, member of the Advisory Group to the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF), founder and Executive Director of IP Justice;

Christian Iaione (IT), associate professor of Public Law at University Guglielmo Marconi of Rome, professor of Governance of the Commons at University LUISS Guido Carli of Rome, coordinator of LabGov -LABoratory for the GOVernance of Commons;

Salvatore Iaconesi (IT), artist, researcher, professor of Digital & Interaction Design at ISIA Florence and Università “La Sapienza” of Rome, CEO and founder of AOS – Art is Open Source and HE – Human Ecosystems Ltd;

Fabio Botelho Josgrliberg (Br), researcher on Communication and provost at Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (UMESP);

Layne Hartsell (USA), researcher and professor – Foundation for P2P Alternatives, Asia InstituteChulalongkorn UniversitySookmyung Women’s University;

Smita Kheria (UK)lawyer, associate professor and researcher on Intellectual Property, University of Edinburg;

Vasilis Kostakis (Gr)Research Director of P2p Lab; Senior Research Fellow at
Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance;

Francesco Paolo Micozzi (IT), lawyer, activist, essayist, Fellow on Advanced Legal Informatics at Milano University; member of the FIIF working group, Foundation for Legal Innovation founded by the National Bar Association.

Maurizio Napolitano (IT), researcher, technologist at FBK Foundation, Head of unit of Digital Commons Lab, co-founder of the Trento node of Open Data Institute;

Oriana Persico (IT), writer, artist, professor of Digital Design at ISIA Florence, Communication Director of AOS – Art is Open Source and HE – Human Ecosystems Ltd;

Marco Scialdone (IT), lawyer, researcher on Intellectual property and Digital Rights, phd and Fellow on Private Law and Legal Informatics at Università Europea of Rome;

Guido Scorza (IT), lawyer, journalist, professor and researcher on Intellectual Property Rights at Università di Bologna and Università “La Sapienza” of Rome, coordinator of Open Media Coalition;

Tiziana Terranova (IT), writer, researcher, Associate Professor in Sociology of communications at Università degli Studi di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’;

Penny Travlou (Gr/UK), researcher, cultural geographer, ethnographer at University of Edinburg;

Guido Vetere (IT), blogger, essayist, eclectic thinker, Research Manager of Center for Advanced Studies (IBM Italia), research coordinator of SensoComune;

– ORGANIZATIONS (alphabetic order)

AOS – Art is Open Source;

HE – Human Ecosystems;

FOSSLawyer;

Foundation for P2P Alternatives;

IP Justice;

Nefula;

P2p Research Lab;

Rural Hub;