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[I-coordination] New: How do we dissect Internet governance? [Was: Europe at a tipping point?]
george.sadowsky at gmail.com
Tue Dec 17 01:45:09 CET 2013
The WGIG definition of Internet governance, the result of meetings in 2004-5, was the result of political compromise. I think that it is not helping us here. AS Brian says below, the notion of Internet governance mixes up too many things, and does not seem to be useful for addressing real issues.
Can we come up with a different vocabulary and a somewhat different structure that is much more consistent with our problem space, so that these different issues don't get confused (and yes, I understand that there may well be overlap between them)?
Brian, can you suggest some appropriate vocabulary and/or taxonomy?
> Message: 6
> Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2013 10:25:46 +1300
> From: Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [I-coordination] Europe at a tipping point?
> To: "Dr. Ben Fuller" <ben at fuller.na>
> Cc: "i-coordination at nro.net" <i-coordination at nro.net>
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> On 17/12/2013 08:08, Dr. Ben Fuller wrote:
>> When I look around for a template on how Internet governance might work I think about HIV and AIDS. (Transparency alert: I am the dean of a faculty of HIV and AIDS Managment at a local university). There are similarities. A medical/technical problem -- the HIV virus that brings about AIDS that leads to death from opportunistic infections. A set of massive socioeconomic impacts of the disease at global, national and local levels. Both sides pursued their own trajectories in dealing with their aspect of the issue, but they often met at the same venue, stayed aware of what the other side was doing, cooperated when needed and so forth. When looking around for a framework of how to take Internet governance forward we might learn something from the experiences of HIV.
> I know little about HIV, but I suspect that you would react to
> the phrases "HIV Governance" or "AIDS Governance" the way I
> react to "Internet Governance". It just mixes up too many
> different things under a word that only describes a few of
> those things.
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