Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th Nov 2005 18:50 UTC
Internet & Networking If a certain US senator and a certain EU commissioner are to be believed, the internet is five days away from total collapse as governments are finally forced into a corner and told to agree on a framework for future Internet governance. Both are wrong, but there is a very real risk that an enormous political argument resulting in lifelong ill-will centred around the internet could developed unchecked at the WSIS Summit. The fact that it hasn’t already is effectively down to one man: Mr Khan. He was chosen as chair of Sub-Committee A during the WSIS process, and his remit includes all the most difficult and contentious elements - not just internet governance but also how the world will deal with issues such as spam and cybercrime.
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RE[2]: This is tiring....
by OMRebel on Mon 14th Nov 2005 20:54 UTC in reply to "RE: This is tiring...."
OMRebel
Member since:
2005-11-14

They (the EU) are teaming up with the UN on this issue are they not?


http://www.cfif.org/htdocs/freedomline/un_monitor/in_our_opinion/gl...

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RE[3]: This is tiring....
by Moulinneuf on Tue 15th Nov 2005 01:55 in reply to "RE[2]: This is tiring...."
Moulinneuf Member since:
2005-07-06

Sorry , I dont relly at anytime on ultra nationalist US based nutcase group to make a judgement on anything.

http://www.cfif.org/htdocs/about_cfif/index.htm

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