The open internet poll – who's had the most impact?

 guardian.co.uk, Monday 23 April 2012 14.48 BST

Results in our poll of which of your suggestions should have made the Guardian Open 20, our list of the most influential people in the open internet's history

Alongside Jonathan Zittrain, Tim Wu, Vint Cerf and Marietje Schaake, someone has nominated me, for which I am very grateful and honoured (  I really do not know who it was, but whoever you are, thank you!):

 Monica Horten – scholar, policy analyst and writer behind iptegrity.com, who has worked on European internet and copyright policy

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The Copyright Enforcement Enigma 'accurate and absorbing account of the story of the Telecoms Package' -Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology

'...a must read for those interested in knowing in depth about copyright enforcement and Internet.' -Journal of Intellectual Property Rights.  

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Copyright Enforcement Enigma launch, March 2012

European Parliament launch for Copyright Enforcement Enigma

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Iptegrity.com is the website of Dr Monica Horten. She is  a trainer & consultant on Internet governance policy, published author& Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics & Political Science. She served as an independent expert on the Council of Europe Committee on  Internet freedom (MSI-INT). Most recently she has worked on projects in the former Soviet states.  She was shortlisted for The Guardian Open Internet Poll 2012. Iptegrity  offers expert insights into Internet policy. Iptegrity has a core readership in the Brussels policy community, and has been cited in the media. Please acknowledge Iptegrity when you cite or link.  For more, see IP politics with integrity

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