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My Citations

My academic  research has measurable  Impact!

I am proud of my record and proud to be contributing in a postive way to the academic  literature on Internet governance policy and copyright. Over  55 citations in peer reviewed journals and books!

My work is also cited in  Masters or Doctoral theses or conference papers,  some of which have been put online, but I have not included those on this list. In addition, I've  dug up some citatons of my journalistic articles from the Daily Telegraph, Financial times, New Scientist and others.

 You can view them all  for yourself by clicking through the list below.

Belli & Sappa (2017) The Intermediary Conundrum
Frosio (2016) Digital Piracy Debunked
Mueller (2015) Hyper-transparency and social control
Belli, et al (2017) Law of the Land or Law of the Platform?
Barrinha & Renard (2017) Cyber-diplomacy: the making of an international society in the digital age
Karppinen (2017) Deconstructing Digital Rights: Promises and Problems of Rights-Based Politics
Corrales & Kousiouris (2017) Nudging Cloud Providers
Angelopoulos & Smet (2017) Notice-and-fair-balance: how to reach a compromise
Gonçalves (2017) The EU data protection reform and the challenges of big data
Top ten must-reads: Journal of Cyber Policy
Davidson, S (2017) Public affairs practice and lobbying inequality
Lindow, S (2017) Internet Policy and German Copyright Regulation
De Ridder et al (2016) Challenges when researching digital audiences
Carrapico & Farrand (2016) Dialogue, partnership and empowerment for network and information security
Zekos (2016) Intellectual Property Rights: A Legal and Economic Investigation
Angelopoulos et al (2016) Study of fundamental rights limitations for online enforcement through self-regulation
Sidhu (2016) A Call for Minority Involvement in Cybersecurity Legislation
Ferrand (2014) Networks of Power in Digital Copyright Law and Policy
Davidson & Rowe (2015) Emerging from the shadows? Perceptions, problems & potential consensus on the functional & civic roles of public affairs practice
Cetina Presuel & Corredoira (2015) Current Copyright Policy Tendencies in 2015
Treguer (2015) Hacker l’espace public
Mlynar (2015) A Storm in ISP Safe Harbor Provisions
Towers (2015) Dark Cloud on the Horizon
Gasser & Schultz (2015): Governance of Online Intermediaries
Rantou (2012) The growing tension between copyright and personal data protection
Pepperell & Law (2015) The Internet Imaginary: Between Technology and Technique
Becker & Stalder(2010) Deep Search: The Politics of Search Beyond Google
Mercurio(2015) ACTA: Less harmonization, further fragmentation
Yu (2014) Max Planck Principles for IP
Angelopoulos (2014) Are blocking injunctions against ISPs allowed in Europe?
Giblin(2014) Evaluating Graduated Response
Kuczerawy (2015) Intermediary liability & freedom of expression
Weatherall (2015) Provocations & challenges concerning enforcement and civil procedure in IP
Larsson (2011) Metaphors and Norms: understanding copyright law in a digial society
Bauer & Obar (2014) Reconciling Political and Economic Goals in the Net Neutrality Debate
Schroeder (2013) Choosing an Internet Shaped by Freedom
Larsson & Hyden (2011) Law, deviation and paradignatic change: copyright and its metaphors
Peha & Mateus (2013) Policy Implications of technology for detecting P2P and copyright violations
Kreiken and Koepsell (2013) Coase and Copyright
Harcourt (2013) Participatory Gains and Policy Effectiveness
Bright (2013) Mediating Surveillance: The Developing Landscape of European Online Copyright Enforcement
Jasserand (2013) Critical views on the French Approach to Net Neutrality,
Blakeney (2012) Intellectual Property Enforcement: A Commentary on the Anti-counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)
Barron (2011) Graduated response' à l’Anglaise
Bridy (2012), Graduated Response American Style
Dumortier et al (2012): Blocking and Removing Illegal Child Sexual Content
Glatz (2012) Interest Groups in International Intellectual Property Negotiations
Weixiao (2012) Filtering mandate: a cure for peer-to-peer file-sharing copyright infringement in China?
Ziaja (2011) Free Speech in the Balance
Vargas Martin, for Facilitating Humanity and Combating Social Deviations
Gercke (2009) Europe’s legal approaches to cybercrime.
Mueller et al (2011) Policing the Network: Using DPI for Copyright Enforcement
Berkman Center for Internet & Society (2011) Rethinking Music
Stevenson & Clement (2010) Regulatory Lessons for Internet Traffic Management
Helman (2009) When your recording agency turns into an agency problem
Trivedi (2010) Writing the wrong: what the e-book industry can learn from digital music's mistakes
S. Bailey (2009) Fighting an Anonymous Enemy: The Uncertainty of Auction Sites
Tilburg Foreign Law Review (1993)
Edwards (2009) The fall & rise of intermediary liability online
Marsden (2010) Net Neutrality
Vaile and Watt (2009) Inspecting the despicable, Assessing the Unacceptable
Coudert and Werkers (2008) In the aftermath of the Promusicae case: how to strike the balance?
Sapronov et al (1998) Telecommunications mergers & acquisitions
CA Schier,(1993) Technological Trade with the Former Eastern Bloc
Christopher Barnatt (1995) Cyber Business: Mindsets for a Wired Age
SL Harkness (1996) International Partnerships in the European Union Telephone Service Market
Alan Stone, (1997) How America Got Online
Edward A Laing, (2001) The Automation of International Judicial Bodies
Forester,T and Morrison,P. (1994) Computer Ethics

Iptegrity in brief is the website of Dr Monica Horten. I’ve been analysing analysing digital policy since 2008. Way back then, I identified how issues around rights can influence Internet policy, and that has been a thread throughout all of my research. I hold a PhD in EU Communications Policy from the University of Westminster (2010), and a Post-graduate diploma in marketing.   I’ve served as an independent expert on the Council of Europe  Committee on Internet Freedoms, and was involved in a capacity building project in Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine. I am currently (from June 2022)  Policy Manager - Freedom of Expression, with the Open Rights Group. For more, see About Iptegrity is made available free of charge for  non-commercial use, Please link-back & attribute Monica Horten. Thank you for respecting this.

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Copyright Enforcement Enigma launch, March 2012

In 2012, I presented my PhD research in the European Parliament.


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