This mailing list is no longer active and has been transitioned to discuss@1net.org. Members of the I-coordination mailing list have been moved to the new mailing list. To learn more, visit 1net.org.

[I-coordination] A different model

Roland Perry roland at internetpolicyagency.com
Tue Dec 10 16:10:39 CET 2013


In message 
<CAMm+Lwi35Qw9t2p-2Dd9MUF8GUHoiRHjUv-bmLRf3Vat0-GLXQ at mail.gmail.com>, at 
09:56:52 on Tue, 10 Dec 2013, Phillip Hallam-Baker <hallam at gmail.com> 
writes
>People who are talking about 'Internet governance' miss the fact that 
>the Internet is fundamentally ungovernable.

You can only effectively govern people/institutions who have something 
to lose if they step out of line.

That's why traditional broadcast media are still relatively speaking 
under control because they have licences to lose. ISPs and their 
customers don't.
-- 
Roland Perry



More information about the I-coordination mailing list