We live in a society shaped by information and communication technologies, a continuous interplay between what happens in the physical world and what happens online. This inevitably extends the citizenship concept which becomes digital, where rights and obligations are properly declined to meet technology opportunities. These opportunities, however, challenge the very idea of citizenship and the exercise of underlying rights. The authors, along with Leonardo Sonnante, proposed a layerization called “The rainbow of digital citizenship rights” [De Cindio et al., 2012] to slice all aspects of digital citizenship in conceptual levels. The framework consists of abstraction layers spanning from basic network access up to the highest “right to active involvement in policy-making.” This article describes the framework first application. The authors, with their students (“Digital Citizenship and Technocivism” course) used it to analyze the “Public consultation on the fundamental principles of the Internet” promoted by the italian Ministry of Education.

L'"arcobaleno dei diritti della cittadinanza digitale" alla prova / A. Trentini, F. De Cindio - In: Frontiere digitali : dal digital divide alla smart society : Fisciano (SA), 18-19-20 settembre 2013, Università degli Studi di Salerno : [atti del convegno]Milano : Associazione italiana per l'informatica e il calcolo automatico, 2013. - ISBN 9788898091164. (( convegno Congresso Nazionale AICA tenutosi a Salerno nel 2013.

L'"arcobaleno dei diritti della cittadinanza digitale" alla prova

A. Trentini;F. De Cindio
2013

Abstract

We live in a society shaped by information and communication technologies, a continuous interplay between what happens in the physical world and what happens online. This inevitably extends the citizenship concept which becomes digital, where rights and obligations are properly declined to meet technology opportunities. These opportunities, however, challenge the very idea of citizenship and the exercise of underlying rights. The authors, along with Leonardo Sonnante, proposed a layerization called “The rainbow of digital citizenship rights” [De Cindio et al., 2012] to slice all aspects of digital citizenship in conceptual levels. The framework consists of abstraction layers spanning from basic network access up to the highest “right to active involvement in policy-making.” This article describes the framework first application. The authors, with their students (“Digital Citizenship and Technocivism” course) used it to analyze the “Public consultation on the fundamental principles of the Internet” promoted by the italian Ministry of Education.
Digital citizenship ; E-democracy ; E-participation ; Open government ; Open data
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