[AfrICANN-discuss] Internet Governance is our shared
responsibility, say Vint cerf et all.
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Thu Aug 15 02:10:31 SAST 2013
I do agree with Victor and there is a need to look into this long running debate now that we have learnt many lessons..
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Kivuva <Kivuva at transworldafrica.com> wrote:
Actually Victor, what you are bringing up has been a very heated debate on "Enhanced Cooperation". In this year's IGF, members will need to define what that term means to the different stakeholders.
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On 14 August 2013 16:02, Victor Ndonnang <ndonnang at isoc-cameroon.org> wrote:
Thanks Pierre for sharing.
Just a short comment before reading the full paper…
The Internet is indeed a shared resource, a « public gift » as Fadi Chehadé, the ICANN CEO used to say. And talking about the Internet Governance, Multistakeholderism and “share responsibility” are the only way. The Public interest has to drive all policies development and decision making processes when It comes to Internet and IG. But the question is: Which structure or institution is the best to protect the public interest? Not a single one I guess. There is a need of more collaboration between those institutions and actors to better serve the public interest. What is needed at the global level, is also needed at the regional and national levels.
Hope to read more comments about this paper on this list.
Thank you once again.
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Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] Internet Governance is our shared responsibility, say Vint cerf et all.
Another good read, which highlights ICANN's new gTLDs programmes and issues (.amazon, .patagonia, etc); strengthening of GAC; collaboration with ITU and the "new season" at ICANN with opening of hubs and engagement offices.
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