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<nettime> NETmundial: A Global Stakeholder Meeting on Future of Internet
Sunil Abraham on Fri, 25 Apr 2014 16:32:58 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime> NETmundial: A Global Stakeholder Meeting on Future of Internet Governance


Dear nettime,
  
Brazilian Internet Steering Committee in partnership with /1Net, a forum that gathers international entities of various stakeholders involved with internet governance is organizing ?NETmundial? at Grand Hyatt Hotel, Sao Paulo, Brazil, on April 23 and 24, 2014.
Ministerial representatives from 12 countries (Argentina, Brazil, France, Ghana, Germany, India, Indonesia, South Africa, South Korea, Tunisia, Turkey and United States of America) along with 12 members of the multi-stakeholder international community participating in the meeting will primarily focus on: crafting internet governance principles and proposing a roadmap for further evolution of internet governance ecosystem.
So far there have been a total of 187 submissions expressing divergent views, some in support and some in opposition.
The Centre for Internet and Society (CIS) has been involved in research on internet governance issues such as IT Act, privacy, and freedom of speech and expression. As part of its research to enable productive discussions of the critical internet governance issues at the meeting and elsewhere CIS has published the following outputs:
Who Governs the Internet? Implications for Freedom and National Security (by Sunil Abraham, Yojana, April 4, 2014).
Principles for Internet Governance: NETmundial 2014 ? What do the Contributions Reveal? (by Geetha Hariharan, April 21, 2014).
NETmundial and Suggestions for IANA Administration (by Smarika Kumar, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Comparing Appearance of Fifty Most Frequent Words (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Contributions by Countries of Origin (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Contributions by Types of Organisation (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Which Countries Have Not Contributed to NETmundial? (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Which Governments Have Not Contributed to NETmundial? (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 22, 2014).
NETmundial - Word Clouds of Contributions by Types of Organisation (by Sumandro Chattapadhyay, April 23, 2014).
Accountability of ICANN (by Smarika Kumar, April 23, 2014).
NETmundial Roadmap: Defining the Roles of Stakeholders in Multistakeholderism (by Jyoti Panday, April 23, 2014).
NETmundial Day 0 (by Achal Prabhala, April 23, 2014).
NETmundial Day 1 (by Achal Prabhala, April 24, 2014).
Brazil passes Marco Civil; the US-FCC Alters its Stance on Net Neutrality (by Geetha Hariharan, April 24, 2014).
CIS is a non-profit research organization that works on policy issues relating to freedom of expression, privacy, accessibility for persons with disabilities, access to knowledge and IPR reform, and openness (including open government, FOSS, open standards, etc.), and engages in academic research on digital natives and digital humanities.
The following individuals are associated with this research, and can be reached at their e-mails or phone numbers given below:
Sunil Abraham (sunil {AT} cis-india.org, 91-9611100817)
Sumandro Chattapadhyay (mail {AT} ajantriks.net, 078381 63651)
Smarika Kumar (smarika {AT} altlawforum.org)
Achal Prabhala (aprabhala {AT} gmail.com, 91-9845884149)
Pranesh Prakash (pranesh {AT} cis-india.org)
Geetha Hariharan (geetha {AT} cis-india.org, 91-8860360717)
Jyoti Panday (jyoti {AT} cis-india.org, 91-9717526223)
Thanks and regards

Sunil Abraham

Executive Director
Centre for Internet and Society
Bangalore, India    


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