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Code of Good Practice on Participation on Access to information and transparency

Workshop 96 : The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) in partners with the Council of Europe and UNECE has come up with a draft code of Practice on Information, Participation and transparency on Internet Governance. The document is available for your comments and suggestions. having attended this session and being part of the group for discussions, I think, this was a very good initiative done by the partners. The document to me was more focused on participations which is effective… Continue

Added by Dalsie GRK Baniala on November 18, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Commonwealth IGF's Base Principles

Workshop 529 : The Commonwealth IGF's base principles is to share, learn and improve on ICT sector.

The purpose of establishing the Commonwealth IGF was to share ICT knowledge globally in the commonwealth agencies and countries. the area of their focus is building policy and regulatory capacity, modernizing education and skills development, Entrepreneurship for poverty reduction and wealth, Promoting local access and regional networking. However, there are concerns from other… Continue

Added by Dalsie GRK Baniala on November 16, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Internet Typology and Terminology

The presentation by Mark Tinka, Nishal goburdhan, Art Reilly, Christian O’Flaherty and Bill Woodcock was very useful. The processes involved on Typology is useful for users to understand. that is the transiting and peering of the network from one IXP to an ISP and to another. The expenses involved is another information for global users.

Added by Dalsie GRK Baniala on November 15, 2009 at 4:53pm — No Comments



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