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[I-coordination] Europe at a tipping point?

Jorge Amodio jmamodio at
Mon Dec 9 17:51:16 CET 2013

Obviously you have too many questions :-)


On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Pranesh Prakash <pranesh at>wrote:

> Jorge Amodio [2013-12-09 07:09]:
> >
> > Do you really think that multistakeholderism where all stakeholders are
> at the same level can or will ever exist ?
> Can we have equality between (sometimes stateless) stakeholders where
> "national security" is concerned?  Or where rules and procedures for
> content removal are concerned?  Or where copyright takedown procedures
> are concerned?  Or when a domain name is unilaterally seized by a
> government?  Or when responding to those governments protecting privacy
> violation by domestic companies of foreign nationals?  Or taxation of
> online services?
> What are the multi-stakeholder processes that would help resolves these?
>  What are the appropriate fora?  Do we now expect all governments and
> all intergovernmental agencies to become multi-stakeholder, else not
> dabble in anything concerning the Internet?  Is the ITU a stakeholder or
> should it be a multi-stakeholder venue?
> If governments had been present in equal numbers as engineers and
> scientists and corporations at IETF 88, would "privacy against pervasive
> monitoring" have been "considered on an equal footing with other
> security issues"?
> --
> Pranesh Prakash
> Policy Director
> Centre for Internet and Society
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