[IRP] [governance] Declaration of Internet Freedom

Steve Anderson steve
Mon Jul 9 14:28:38 EEST 2012

Hi all, new to the list. Can someone tell me or point to me to where I can
find the methodology for developing the  IRP ten principles? Curious about
how these were developed.

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On Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 4:22 AM, Marianne Franklin
<m.i.franklin at gold.ac.uk>wrote:

>  Dear All
> Thought I'd respond to some recent posts.
> 1) Declarations; I take Jeremy's point, and Wolfganga's. The mushrooming
> of declarations, charters and the like is perhaps a sign of some critical
> mass building.
> That said, the Declaration of Internet Freedom;
> http://www.internetdeclaration.org/freedom, boils the IRP Ten Punchy
> Principles, which already brought the original 3-tier Charter down to 10,
> down to 5 points. At this rate we could well see the IRP Charter or
> something similar fitting into a tweet!
> The IRP DC has yet to sign up to this Declaration. I move that we join it
> as I can see no reason why not.
> 2) As for the IRP website. I hope we can resolve this as having a defunct
> website is not good for business so to speak.
> 3) Re. Max's initiative. I have read and responded for my part!
> best
> MF
> On 04/07/2012 04:13, Jeremy Malcolm wrote:
> On 03/07/12 20:46, Benedek, Wolfgang (wolfgang.benedek at uni-graz.at) wrote:
>  What I wanted to point out as well is that we already have two more
> declarations under this name, the Geneva Declaration on Internet Freedom of
> 2010 by a group of NGOs
> Do you have a link for that?  I found http://www.genevasummit.org/media/20,
> but it is dead, nor is it on archive.org.
>   and the Guiding Principles of Internet Freedom of 2012 by Praxis think
> tank of Estonia, which are both more elaborate.
> Thanks, I added this to the links page at http://igcaucus.org/links and
> added years.  Am I still missing any?  Feel free to add this list to the
> IRP site too, or better, link to the IGC's copy.  BTW, does everyone know
> that the IRP's main website is down (but the charter site is up)?  Not sure
> about the mailing list, but I'm cc'ing to it in case it is up.
>  ****
> It would be good to bring all these initiatives together and the DC on
> Internet Rights and Principles would be a suitable place for doing so.****
> ** **
> Unfortunately, people seem prefer to work in parallel which might limit
> the effects of such efforts.
> Indeed.  Part of the problem is that whereas there are strong global
> action networks on issues like IP and the environment, in IG we have only
> the IGC, and it is invisible to (or at least ignored by) large parts of the
> Internet activist community.
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