Economic sanctions have a very clear but complicated impact on people's access to the global Internet. In this episode, I talk to Dr Farzaneh Badiei from Digital Medusa about how sanctions obstruct access to the Internet.
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02:30 - Go check out Digital Medusa.
07:25 - You can read more about how sanctions affect the RIPE NCC in this article from Athina Fragkouli.
15:56 - Freedom Online Coalition
17:52 - RIPE Cooperation Working Group
18:14 - The IGF workshop on sanctions that Farzaneh refers to took place at IGF 2022 in Ethiopia on 30 November.
18:42 - See this article for the sanctions timeline.
18:57 - See the earlier RIPE Labs podcast episode with Kieren McCarthy on Revitalising Internet Governance.
20:25 - Again, see this article from Athina Fragkouli for more on the Dutch MFA's confirmation that IP resources are understood to be economic resources as defined in EU sanctions regulations.