[IRP] NTIA, ICANN, multistakeholderism and human rights

Wolf Ludwig wolf.ludwig
Sun Mar 11 03:37:16 EET 2012

Thanks, Matthias, for your interesting posting on the subject. Here is another, as complementary as controversial, comment by Milton Miller on the IGP-Blog:
Our vaunted multistakeholder institutions spring into action

Greetings from Costa Rica,

Matthias C. Kettemann wrote Sun, 11 Mar 2012 01:21:
>Dear all,
>time to reactivate the list a bit. I have done a bit of thinking and 
>writing about what the NTIA decision tells us about Internet Governance 
>and the multi-stakeholder approach.
>In brief: Is the NTIA decision a good thing for multistakeholderbased 
>human rights-sensitive Internet Governance?
>It is, if it leads to more accountability in the next application of 
>ICANN, which is sure to follow.
>It isn't, if it leads to more governmental oversight in defining the 
>global public interest vis-a-vis the web.
>Interested? See http://goo.gl/d5GI8
>Mag. iur. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)
>Teaching and Research Fellow
>Institute of International Law and International Relations
>University of Graz
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