Farzaneh Badiei

Based in USA, NYC




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Dr. Farzaneh Badiei is the founder of Digital Medusa, an initiative that focuses on protecting the core values of our global digital space with sound governance. For the past decade, Dr Badiei has directed and led projects about Internet and social media governance.She has undertaken research at Yale Law School, Georgia Institute of Technology and the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin. Her focus is on governance issues related to Internet infrastructure and social media platforms.

Sanctions and the Internet - A Report

We have published a study exploring the impact of economic sanctions on access to the global Internet. Our research investigates how sanctions affect the ability of ordinary people and non-sanctioned service providers to connect to the Internet and how they disrupt its global, interconnected nature.

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Sanctions, Global Internet Connectivity and Content Delivery Networks

Sanctions that affect Internet traffic have been under-discussed for a long time. As a result, it's as yet unclear to what extent sanctions might affect Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and traffic destined for or coming from Russia. In order to help shed some light on the issue, this article takes…

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The Tragedy of Internet Infrastructure in Afghanistan

Economic sanctions have had a negative impact on Internet access for residents of the target countries. With Afghanistan likely set to join the list of sanctioned countries, Farzaneh Badiei looks at what effects this will have on the country's Internet infrastructure at the level of generic domain …

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