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Karim Farhat

Location: Georgia Institute of Technology

Karim Farhat is a Research Assistant and PhD student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy. His work as a Research Associate at the Internet Governance Project (IGP) focuses on the institutional and standards environment evolving around the Internet of Things. Karim’s other research interests include the economics of information security and Internet governance. Before joining Georgia Tech, Karim was active in the Internet Society chapter of his native Lebanon, particularly through his involvement with the Internet governance and start-up arenas. Karim also worked in DC for an indie film company and has a Masters in Media Studies from Ohio University.

Pages created by Karim Farhat

The Handle System: IoT-Express or Digital Putsch?
Karim Farhat — 06 Sep 2017

Please read this guest post by Karim Farhat, PhD student at the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology: The promise of vast new markets has created an array of alliances and consortia to develop competing standards and protocols for the Internet of Things (IoT). The ITU - DONA Foundation alliance is one such example.… Read more

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