Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Fadi Chehadé: If We Fragment The Internet, 'It Will Not Be The Internet As We Know It'

Pierre Lotis NANKEP lnankep at
Fri Jan 31 10:10:20 SAST 2014

For questions of sovereignty and geostrategy, requirement of a non-fragmented Internet in the future is a utopia. The only possible and justifiable reason for not having a fragmented Internet configuration is within a nation or state ...

Pierre Lotis NANKEP 

Le Vendredi 31 janvier 2014 0h07, Victor Ndonnang <ndonnang at> a écrit :
No one wants a fragmented Internet…Interesting interview of the ICANN CEO about the importance of keeping the Internet One and Open. 
"If we cannot find a way to govern the Internet in an equal footing, in an open transparent way this year, we might descend into a fragmented version of the Internet," Chehadé said. "The moment we fragment the Internet it is possible there will be tariffs between borders, there will be rules... it will not be the internet as we know it."
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Victor Ndonnang. 
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