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During week 5 of the OMAN IGCBP group, interesting debates took place on self regulation on internet.
A student indicated that self-regulation is acceptable to be adopted to regulate or govern the internet, however, such approach should be along with other mechanism especially national legislation which could set the principles for self-regulation approach.
It was also noted that the public must be educated and awareness must be raised. If that is done, people…Continue
Posted on October 19, 2012 at 4:43pm
ICANN has published a survey to encourage community input on improving its effectiveness as a global organization. You need not be a member of ICANN to participate in the survey. The survey is available in all of the UN languages. Click here for more details
The survey results will be shared with the…Continue
Posted on March 27, 2012 at 3:57pm — 1 Comment
Workshop on eParticipation -day 3 of the IGF11, Nairobi
The session had Markus Krummer, Jovan Kurbalija, Tim Davis, Jeremy Malcolm, Nenna Nwakanma, Norbert Bollow, Sebastian Bachollet and Jorge Plano shared their views in the session. The session was moderated by Rachel and Ginger moderated the remote participants. The rapoteuring was carried out real time online by a group of Diplo Alumni using Etherpad.…
Posted on September 29, 2011 at 9:39am
The workshop (#188) on the above topic, on the second day of IGF11, shared experiences of a diverse group of stakeholders. The panel consisted of the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Information and Communication, Kenya, Chief Operating Officer, Internet Society, Representative from the Uganda Martyrs University, Kenya Education Network Trust (KENET), and a representative from Safaricom a broad band provider in Kenya.
The discussion took place on the provision of connectivity…
Posted on September 28, 2011 at 10:07am
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