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Diplo IG debates 2009 Discussions (5)

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Motion 2: Team 1 takes the position that cloud computing presents more risks than actual benefits for Internet users

Cloud Computing is a paradigm in which information is permanently stored in servers on the Internet and cached temporarily in client storag…

Started by Marília Maciel

4 Jan 4, 2010
Reply by Marília Maciel

Motion 4: Team 1 takes the position that Net Neutrality must be preserved to protect Internet users rights to access to the services and applications that they choose.

According to the US Federal Communications Commission, basic principles of Internet access guarantee that consumers/users are entitled to a…

Started by Marília Maciel

1 Dec 23, 2009
Reply by Virginia (Ginger) Paque

Motion 3: Team 1 takes the position that “three strikes” regulation is a valid and effective way to protect copyright

The policies and regulation against the sharing of copyright protected material on the Internet are getting stricter. In the beginning ther…

Started by Marília Maciel

1 Dec 6, 2009
Reply by Marília Maciel

Motion 1: Team 1 takes the position that the Affirmation of Commitments will reinforce multistekeholder participation and accountability and will improve policy-making process in ICANN

On September 30, 2009, the Joint Project Agreement (JPA) that bound the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to the…

Started by Marília Maciel

0 Nov 5, 2009

Rules of the debate

RULES OF THE DEBATE Oxford Union debates will be used as guidelines. [http://www.oxford-union.org/] 1) The following motions are provided…

Started by Marília Maciel

0 Nov 5, 2009




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