Localizing the InternetLocalizing the Internet



Internet activism is playing a crucial role in the democratic reform happening across many parts of Southeast Asia.

Author: John Postill

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9780857451989

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Page: 180

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Internet activism is playing a crucial role in the democratic reform happening across many parts of Southeast Asia. Focusing on Subang Jaya, a suburb of Kuala Lumpur, this study offers an in-depth examination of the workings of the Internet at the local level. In fact, Subang Jaya is regarded as Malaysia's electronic governance laboratory. The author explores its field of residential affairs, a digitally mediated social field in which residents, civil servants, politicians, online journalists and other social agents struggle over how the locality is to be governed at the dawn of the 'Information Era'. Drawing on the field theories of both Pierre Bourdieu and the Manchester School of political anthropology, this study challenges the unquestioned predominance of 'network' and 'community' as the two key sociation concepts in contemporary Internet studies. The analysis extends field theory in four new directions, namely the complex articulations between personal networking and social fields, the uneven diffusion and circulation of new field technologies and contents, intra- and inter-field political crises, and the emergence of new forms of residential sociality.

Designing an InternetDesigning an Internet



Localizing the fault For simple faults , where the layer itself can detect the failure ,
localization is often a direct consequence of discovery . Routers send recurring
messages to each other , which serve to construct routes and also to confirm that
 ...

Author: David D. Clark

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262038607

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Page: 432

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Why the Internet was designed to be the way it is, and how it could be different, now and in the future. How do you design an internet? The architecture of the current Internet is the product of basic design decisions made early in its history. What would an internet look like if it were designed, today, from the ground up? In this book, MIT computer scientist David Clark explains how the Internet is actually put together, what requirements it was designed to meet, and why different design decisions would create different internets. He does not take today's Internet as a given but tries to learn from it, and from alternative proposals for what an internet might be, in order to draw some general conclusions about network architecture. Clark discusses the history of the Internet, and how a range of potentially conflicting requirements—including longevity, security, availability, economic viability, management, and meeting the needs of society—shaped its character. He addresses both the technical aspects of the Internet and its broader social and economic contexts. He describes basic design approaches and explains, in terms accessible to nonspecialists, how networks are designed to carry out their functions. (An appendix offers a more technical discussion of network functions for readers who want the details.) He considers a range of alternative proposals for how to design an internet, examines in detail the key requirements a successful design must meet, and then imagines how to design a future internet from scratch. It's not that we should expect anyone to do this; but, perhaps, by conceiving a better future, we can push toward it.

The Handbook of Information and Computer EthicsThe Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics



The internet , information machines , and the technologies of the self . In :
Capurro , R . , Frühbauer , J . and Hausmanninger , T . ( Eds . ) , Localizing the
Internet . Ethical Aspects in Intercultural Perspective . Fink , Munich , pp . 289 –
300 .

Author: Himma

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131702719

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Page: 671

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Discover how developments in information technology are raising new ethical debates Information and computer ethics has emerged as an important area of philosophical and social theorizing, combining conceptual, meta-ethical, normative, and applied elements. As a result, academic interest in this area has increased dramatically, particularly in computer science, philosophy, and communications departments; business schools; information and library schools; and law schools. The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics responds to this growing interest with twenty-seven chapters that address both traditional and current issues in information and computer ethics research. It is organized into six parts: Foundational Issues and Methodological Frameworks Theoretical Issues Affecting Property, Privacy, Anonymity, and Security Professional Issues and the Information-Related Professions Responsibility Issues and Risk Assessment Regulatory Issues and Challenges Access and Equity Issues Each chapter, written by one or more of the most influential ethicists in their fields of expertise, explains and evaluates the central positions and arguments on the respective issues. Chapters end with a bibliography that identifies the most important supplementary books and papers available on the topic. This handbook provides an accessible, yet sophisticated, overview of the most important issues we face in information and computer ethics today. It is an ideal supplemental text for advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in information and computer ethics, and is also of interest to readers who are involved in library science, computer science, or philosophy.

Fuzzy Systems and Data Mining VFuzzy Systems and Data Mining V



In this study, localization services and internet public opinion monitoring
technology were combined to develop a public opinion monitoring system based
on localization to improve the accuracy and pertinence of public opinion
regulation on ...

Author: A.J. Tallón-Ballesteros

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781643680194

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Page: 1184

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The Fuzzy Systems and Data Mining (FSDM) conference is an annual event encompassing four main themes: fuzzy theory, algorithms and systems, which includes topics like stability, foundations and control; fuzzy application, which covers different kinds of processing as well as hardware and architectures for big data and time series and has wide applicability; the interdisciplinary field of fuzzy logic and data mining, encompassing applications in electrical, industrial, chemical and engineering fields as well as management and environmental issues; and data mining, outlining new approaches to big data, massive data, scalable, parallel and distributed algorithms. The annual conference provides a platform for knowledge exchange between international experts, researchers, academics and delegates from industry. This book includes the papers accepted and presented at the 5th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Data Mining (FSDM 2019), held in Kitakyushu, Japan on 18-21 October 2019. This year, FSDM received 442 submissions. All papers were carefully reviewed by program committee members, taking account of the quality, novelty, soundness, breadth and depth of the research topics falling within the scope of FSDM. The committee finally decided to accept 137 papers, which represents an acceptance rate of about 30%. The papers presented here are arranged in two sections: Fuzzy Sets and Data Mining, and Communications and Networks. Providing an overview of the most recent scientific and technological advances in the fields of fuzzy systems and data mining, the book will be of interest to all those working in these fields.

Internationalizing the InternetInternationalizing the Internet



CEE countries were in a relatively better position in localizing the Internet system
compared to other developing countries because of the technological and
financial support from the NATO countries, which was a reflection of economic
and ...

Author: Byung-Keun Kim

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1845426754

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Page: 300

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"This compelling book focuses on the global formation of the Internet system. It contests the common belief that the Internet's adoption was inevitable and instead examines the social and economic processes that allowed it to prevail over competing standards and methods for achieving a global information infrastructure." "Researchers and academics involved with science and technology policy, industrial and corporate change, and the information society will welcome this insightful, original and highly pertinent book. It will also be of value for anyone with an interest in how the backbone of the digital economy was formed."--BOOK JACKET.

CIOCIO



Also, sites must be able to support disparate numeral formats, including grouping
of digits, choice of commas and decimal points. When companies think about
localizing sites, Internet performance is another issue. In general, bandwidth is ...

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Page: 104

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The Internet Economy of IndiaThe Internet Economy of India



Internet betokens the arrival of an abundance economy in India www.inomy.com
1010 101010101010 18 1819 1918 1919 1810 10 10 10. - - BOTTOMLINE
Among ... There is an immense need for localizing the Internet . Only this will
create ...

Author: Inomy Media (New Delhi, India)

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015054458347

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Page: 221

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Articles contribués

Librarianship and Human RightsLibrarianship and Human Rights



The symposium addresses the question of how people with different cultural
backgrounds integrate the Internet in their lives . ... Source : International Center
for Information Ethics ( 2004 ) ' Localizing the Internet : ethical issues in
intercultural ...

Author: Toni Samek

Publisher: Chandos Publishing

ISBN: UOM:39015068804668

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Page: 200

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Uniquely written from the library and information professional's perspective, this book brings together a number of important international human rights conflicts in which libraries play an important role. This book's approach to library and information work is grounded in practical, critical social action, and it challenges the notion that libraries should remain neutral in the context of war, revolution, and social change.

Internet MarketingInternet Marketing



Localizing a site and hiring local customer service representatives can be costly .
An alternative approach is to sell through online malls , via online auctions , or by
purchasing sponsored links that direct visitors to an existing domestic website ...

Author: Carolyn F. Siegel

Publisher: South-Western College

ISBN: CORNELL:31924109340392

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Page: 386

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Siegel offers a comprehensive textbook--complemented by extensive online support--for the fastest growing section of the curriculum across the country. Complete integration of print and web components allows the accompanying site to act as an extension of the text. Interactive cases, project-based activities, and new content is regularly updated by the author.

Matrix NewsMatrix News



mostly not been in city centers until recently ; for example Boston is not the center
of the Internet in the Boston area : Cambridge is . ... When localizing data to the
county level , as we did for MMQ 303 , there are unavoidable sources of error .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924090502364

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Proliferation of the Internet Economy E Commerce for Global Adoption Resistance and Cultural EvolutionProliferation of the Internet Economy E Commerce for Global Adoption Resistance and Cultural Evolution



5 • Localized: category exhibit some level of localization in form of country
specific time, date, zip code, and number ... In order to accomplish this,
localization starts with localizing contents including simple translation, contact
information ...

Author: Shareef, Mahmud Akhter

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605664132

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Page: 320

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"This book specifically develops theories to understand service quality and quality management practice of EC which is completely a new and innovative effort to formulate perceptions of global consumers"--Provided by publisher.

Information Communication TechnologiesInformation Communication Technologies



The Limits of Localization Most Web sites that aim for multinational audiences
localize their content by translating it into languages spoken by major groups of
Internet users: Spanish, Chinese, Russian, and so forth. The Switzerland-based ...

Author: Craig Van Slyke

Publisher: Information Science Publishing

ISBN: 159904949X

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Page: 4126

View: 932

"This collection meets these research challenges; compiling breaking research in the pivotal areas of social adaptation to information technology. It covers ad-hoc networks, collaborative environments, e-governance, and urban information systems, case studies, empirical analysis, and conceptual models. Over 300 chapters contributed by experts, this six-volume compendium will provide any library's collection with the definitive reference on ICTs"--Provided by publisher.