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[I-coordination] Where is the business constituency?

George Sadowsky george.sadowsky at
Tue Dec 17 01:53:30 CET 2013


I'd like to understand the situation also.

1net was set up to be a true multi-stakeholder meeting place for Internet governance discussions.  AFAIK there isn't another one like it.  1net works if all constituencies (or whatever you want to call them) participate.  So far I've seen representatives of civil society causes and people from the Internet technical community make postings, but no one from business (I don't think we expected governments to engage at this level).  So I think that you are raising relevant questions, and I hope that the business sector engages soon.


On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 8:50 PM, Rosette, Kristina <krosette at> wrote:
> All,
> Am I correctly understanding that all nominations from the Business
> Stakeholder Group for the Multistakeholder High-Level Committee,
> Multistakeholder Executive Committee and the /1Net Steering Committee are
> ?done?, notwithstanding the December 15 deadline?
> If so, it would be very helpful to know the names and affiliations of the
> BSG nominees, which organization(s) nominated them, and how the decision was
> made that no further BSG nominations will be accepted.  I subscribe to the
> list in digest form, but I?ve skimmed the recent threads and haven?t found
> the message(s) that contain this information.  (I did also check on the
> /1Net website, which doesn?t mention the nomination process.  Perhaps it
> should.)
> I?m requesting the clarification both in my capacity as President of the
> ICANN Intellectual Property Constituency (so that I can share it with IPC
> members) and in an individual capacity.
> Many thanks in advance.
> Sincerely yours,
> Kristina Rosette

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