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L’Internet des objets

Pierre-Jean Benghozi
Sylvain Bureau
Françoise Massit-Folléa

Bibliographie sélective

Selective bibliography

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Études et rapports officiels
Official studies and reports

1Besson, Eric, “27 pistes de travail ouvertes à la concertation pour préparer le plan de développement de l’économie numérique”, Assises du Numérique, 29 May 2008, Paris, Secrétariat d’état chargé de la prospective, de l’évaluation des politiques publiques et du développement de l’économie numérique.


3CGTI (. Gorichon, J-C, F. Roure and E. Sartorius), Les Technologies de Radio-Identification: enjeux industriels et questions sociétales, Report n°II-B.9, Paris, January 2005.


5Direction Générale des Entreprises, Ministère de l’Economie, des Finances et de l’Industrie, Etude sur les étiquettes électroniques et la traçabilité des objets, March 2007.


7European Commission, Converging Technologies. Shaping the Future of European Societies, GEHN, 2004 Report.


9European Commission, Radio-Frequency Identification Tags Portfolio of European Research, 2006.


11European Commission (2007a), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Europe: Steps towards a Policy Framework. Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of Regions, European Commission, COM(2007)96 final, Brussels.


13European Commission, The Future of the Internet, A Compendium of European Projects on ICT Research, 2008.


15European Commission, Preparing Europe’s Digital Future. 2010 Mid-Term Review, Communication to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee, and the Committee of the Regions, 14 April 2008.


17OECD, RFID: Drivers, Challenges and Public Policy Considerations, 2006.


19OECD, RFID: A Focus on Information Security and Privacy, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy, Working Party on Information Security and Privacy, April 2008.


21OECD & Internet Technical Community, Memorandum on the Future of the Internet in a Global Economy, OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy, 17 and 18 June 2008, Seoul, South Korea.


23OECD, Broadband Growth and Policies in OECD Countries, 2008.


25ITU Internet Reports, The Portable Internet, 2004.


27ITU Internet Reports, The Internet of Things, 2005.


29UNESCO and the Council of Europe, Ethics and Human Rights in the Information Society, Proceedings of the European Regional Conference, organized by the French Commission for UNESCO, Strasbourg, September 2007.

30UNESCO, Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies (Rundle, Mary and Chris Conley), 2007.


Études et rapports de recherche
Research studies and reports

32Cap Gemini, RFID and Consumers. What European Consumers Think about Radio Frequency Identification and the Implications for Business, Cap Gemini, Paris. 2005.

34CDT, Privacy Best Practices for Deployment of RFID Technology, Center for Democracy and Technology, 2006.


36Chirico, Filomena and others, Network Neutrality in the European Union, DP 2007-030, Tilburg Law and Economics Center, Tilburg University (NL), September 2007.


38European Commission, Internet of Things in 2020, Roadmap for the Future, D.G INFSO in co-operation with the Working Group RFID of the ETP EpoSS, May 2008.


40European Commission, JRC-IPTS, RFID Technologies: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Policy Options, 2007.


42FIDIS (Future of Identity in the Network Society), NoE UE-FP6, WP12 A Holistic Privacy Framework for RFID Applications, April 2008.


44FIDIS, Identity in a Networked World, August 2006.


46FING, Confiance et sécurité sur les réseaux, (Belleil, A. and D. Kaplan), 2004.


48IPTS, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, The Future of The Information Society in Europe: Contributions to the Debate, 2006.


50IPTS, RFID Technologies: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Policy Options, JRC Scientific and Technical Reports, 2007.


52ISOC, Preserving the User Centric Internet, Internet Society Discussion Paper, 2008.

54ISOC, Trust and the Future of Internet, 2008.


56Politecnico di Milano, RFID tra presente e futuro. Collana Quaderni AIP. April 2005.


58VOX INTERNET, Gouvernance d’Internet: l’Etat de fait et l’Etat de droit, MSH Publications, 2005.


60Zittrain, Jonathan L. and John G. Palfrey, Jr., “Access Denied: The Practice and Policy of Global Internet Filtering”, Oxford Internet Institute, Research Report n°14, June 2007.

61Articles et communications scientifiques
/ Scientific papers and communications

62Arvidsson, Adam, Michel Brauwens and Nicolai Peitersen, “The Crisis of Value and the Ethical Economy”, Journal of Futures Studies, May 2008.


64Basset, Caroline, Maren Hartmann and Kate O’Riordan, “After Convergence: What Connects?”, FibreCulture, n°13, September 2008.

65Benhamou, Bernard, “L’internet des objets. Défis technologiques, économiques et politiques”, Esprit, vol. 3-4, mars/avril 2009.

66Benkler, Yochai, From Consumers to Users: Shifting the Deeper Structures of Regulation, Toward Sustainable Commons and User Access, 2000.

68Berleur, Jacques: “Fifteen Years of Ways of Internet Governance: Towards a New Agenda for Action”, in Social Dimensions of Information and Communication Technology Policy, Chrisanthi Avgerou, Matthew L. Smith and Peter van den Besselaar, eds, Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC8), IFIP TC 9, Pretoria, South Africa, September 25-26, 2008, Series: IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing), 282, 2008, 8.

69Brousseau, Eric, “Multilevel Governance of the Digital Space: Does a ‘Second Rank’ Institutional Framework Exist?”, in Internet and Digital Economics, E. Brousseau and N. Curien, eds, Cambridge University Press, 2006.


71Burkert, Herbert, “Changing Patterns, Supplementary Approaches to Improving Data Protection, A European Perspective”, presentation to the CIAJ 2005 Conference Annual Conference on Technology, Privacy and Justice, Toronto, 29-30 September 2005.

72Carr, Nicholas, “IT Doesn’t Matter”, The Harvard Business Review, May 2003.


74Cassell, Justine and Timothy Bickmore, “External Manifestations of Trustworth-iness in the Interface”, in Communications of the ACM, 43(12), 50-56, 2000.


76Clark, David D. and Marjory S. Blumenthal, “Rethinking the Design of the Internet: The End-to-end Arguments vs. the Brave New World”, 25th Telecom Policy Research Conference, 2000.


78Clean Slate Project, Workshop The Future of TCP: Train-wreck or Evolution?, Stanford University, April 2008.


80Corsten, Daniel and Thomas Gruen, “Stock-Outs Mean Walkouts”, The Harvard Business Review, May 2004.

81Davis, Fred D., “Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Ease of Use, and User Acceptance”, MIS Quarterly, 319-340, 1989.

82IRIE (International Review of Information Ethics), Ethical Challenges of Ubiquitous Computing, 8, December 2007.


84Juels, Ari, “RFID Security and Privacy: A Research Survey”, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communication, 2006.


86Le Crosnier, Hervé, “A l’ère de l’informatique en nuage”, Le Monde diplomatique, August 2008.


88Lelong, Benoît and others, “La fabrication des normes”, Réseaux, 18, n°102, Hermès Science, 2000.

89Mayer-Schoneberg, Viktor, “Useful Void, the Art of Forgetting in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing”, Harvard University - John Kennedy School of Government Faculty Research Working Paper Series, April 2007.


91Merrill, Duane, “Mashups: The new Breed of Web App.”, October 2006.


93Rubinstein, Ira and others, “Data Mining and Internet Profiling: Emerging Regulatory and Technological Approaches”, The University of Chicago Law Review, February 2008.


95Rundle, Mary, “Beyond Internet Governance: The Emerging International Framework for Governing the Networked World”, Research Publication n° 2005-16, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School, Autumn 2005.


97Santucci, Gerald, “Policy and Technology Drivers in the Internet of Things”, Internet of Things International Conference for Industry and Academia, Zurich, 27 March 2008.


99Syrey, Bénédicte, “La notion de “privacy” au cœur des pratiques de consommation”,
6th Journées Normandes de Recherche sur la Consommation : Société et consommations,
19-20 March 2007.


101Van Der Togt, Remko and others, “Electromagnetic Interference From Radio Frequency Identification Inducing Potentially Hazardous Incidents in Critical Care Medical Equipment”, JAMA., 2008. 24(299): 2884-2890.

102Vuorinen, Jukka, “Ethical Codes in the Digital World: Comparisons of the Proprietary, the Open/free and the Cracker System”, Ethics and Information Technology, Springer, 2007.

103Wu, Tim, Esther Dyson, Michael Froomkin and David Gross, “On the Future of Internet Governance”, American Society of International Law, n°101, June 2007.


105Zittrain, Jonathan, “The Generative Internet”, The Harvard Law Review, n°119, June 2006.


107Ouvrages / Books

108Alberganti, Michel, Sous l’oeil des puces, La RFID et la démocratie, Actes Sud, Arles, 2007.

109Alberganti, Michel and Pierre Georget, La RFID: quelles menaces, quelles opportunités?, Prométhée, collection “Pour ou contre”, Bordeaux, 2008.

110Bell, Genevieve and Paul Dourish, Yesterday’s Tomorrows: Notes on Ubiquitous Computing’s Dominant Vision, Springer-Verlag, London, April 2006.

111Cornu, Jean-Michel, ProspecTIC. Nouvelles technologies, nouvelles pensées? La convergence des NBIC, fyp éditions, Paris, 2008.

112Drieux, Philippe, Le miroir des neurones, Odile Jacob, Paris, 2008.

113Finkenzeller, Klaus, RFID Handbook, Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Card and Identification, Willey, 2nd edn, Hoboken (New Jersey), 2003.

114Ganascia, Jean-Gabriel, Communication et connaissance, Supports et médiations à l’âge de l’information, CNRS Editions, Paris, 2006.

115Garfunkel, S. and B. Rosenberg, RFID, Applications, Security, and Privacy. Addison-Wesley, Boston, 2005.

116Goujon, Philippe and others, The Information Society: Innovation, Legitimacy, Ethics and Democracy, Springer/IFIP, New York, 2007.

117Greenfield, Adam, Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing, New Riders Publishing, Berkeley, 2006.

118Iteanu, Olivier, L’identité numérique en question, Eyrolles, Paris, 2008.

119Lafontaine, Céline, L’empire cybernétique – Des machines à penser à la pensée machine, Seuil, Paris, 2004.

120Lessig, Lawrence, L’avenir des idées, PUL, Lyon, 2005.

121Lessig, Lawrence, Code version 2.0, Basic Books, New York, 2006.

122Libaert, Thierry, La transparence en trompe-l’œil, Descartes et Cie, Paris, 2003.

123Yan, Lu, Yan Zhang, Laurence T. Yang and Huansheng Ning, The Internet of Things. From RFID to the Next-Generation Pervasive Networked Systems, Auerbach Publication, New York, 2008.

124Zittrain, Jonathan, The Future of Internet and How to Stop It, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2008.

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