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Deadline: contributions for IGF Synthesis Paper

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Deadline: contributions for IGF Synthesis Paper

Time: July 15, 2009 all day
Location: World
Website or Map: http://www.intgovforum.org/cm…
Event Type: deadline
Organized By: IGF
Latest Activity: Jul 15, 2009

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Quote from the draft Programme paper:

These consultations will be prepared by an online process, starting with a questionnaire prepared by the Secretariat and a rolling document synthesizing all commentaries received and posted on the IGF Web site. All contributions received by 15 July will be reflected in a synthesis paper that will be translated in all six UN languages as a direct input into the discussion of this agenda item. (Submissions received after that deadline will be posted on the IGF Web site on a continuous basis; however, they will not be reflected in the synthesis paper.)

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Comment by Diplo IGCBP on July 15, 2009 at 2:13pm
Very interesting, Shreedeep! However, please note that you should copy and paste your contribution and send to the Secretariat at igf@unog.ch

The deadline was also announced on the Facebook page:
Comment by Shreedeep Rayamajhi on July 12, 2009 at 7:09pm
Internet Governance Forum (IGF) should further establish itself as a neutral ground enabling its standard rules and regulations abolishing the difference of digital divide and net neutrality. It should provide the developing and under-developing countries with better assistance of cooperation and guidance in further strengthening the standardization of a uniform Internet governance process.

I strongly believe the IGF is a revolutionary process which can overcome the current problems of cyber crimes and other externalities that are faced by internet. The IGF should further built cooperation and strong existence against the issues of child pornography, cyber terrorism and human exploitation where it should adapt a strong mechanism addressing and understanding the future vision.

Especially in underdeveloped and developing countries there is a dilemma of obscuring the limitation and boundaries of Internet policies and regulations which are frequently changed and adapted according to the happenings and policies changes of the major developed countries. These loop holes have given the wrong doers a chance to materializes their existence in strong way manipulating the limitation in overcoming their motives. This is not only creating a threat to the system but also to the internet. So an effective vision should be developed regarding the base line policies to address the needs of under developed and developing countries. Perhaps, standardization of IGF is the call of interest where the developed nations should lend a helping hand in making the IGF a successful process in bringing homogeneity in the face of the booming internet.
By Shreedeep Rayamajhi

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