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Added by Maša Kojić on November 1, 2010 at 10:15am — 6 Comments

One of the main sessions: Access and Diversity #p7

Here are some brief notes concerning the session named 'Access and Diversity'.

The difference between IGF 2009 and IGF 2010, when it comes to access and diversity topics, is that last year in Sharm el Sheikh these topics were separated, but in Vilnius these topics are consolidated.

As for the access they discussed two issues: access to infrastructure and access to content, emphasizing that the topics related to regulatory issues will be addressed tomorrow.…


Added by Maša Kojić on September 16, 2010 at 5:04pm — No Comments

Euro SSIG 2010 - The spirit of Meissen

Teaching the Internet Governance Leaders of Tomorrow, the name of Summer School on Internet Governance, indicated on the great five days, for someone who recently engaged in Internet Governance process, as well as for those known as an experts in that field. The 4th Summer School was held, traditionally, in Meissen July 25-31, 2010. 33 students and 27 faculty members gathered in Meissen in order to discuss IG issues. Variety of students imposed variety of their fields of specific interests, but… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on August 3, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Internet access - positive or negative consequences for developing countries

Given that it is hard to imagine modern life without using the ICTs and that their usage is increasing every day, it is not hard to understand why is the issue of the impact of ICTs on the society one of the topics of almost all meetings concerning ICTs. These new technologies contributed to the fact that most people the world in which we are living today consider as e-world.

ICTs, since their appearance, influenced a rapidly change of the world. The field of ICTs is very broad and… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on June 4, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Is the Internet access a fundamental right of citizens?

Today’s society is witnessing huge and important changes in itself. We are living in the information society. That new environment raises new questions and challenges for all of us, whether we are IT experts, economists or lawyers. One of the preconditions for being a part and an active member of that society is Internet access. Without Internet access we are not able to use the wide range of other opportunities that Internet offers.

That the Internet access is the necessary… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on June 4, 2010 at 4:00pm — 6 Comments


One of the IG issues on EuroDig 2010 that has inspired me to think deeper about it, is ‘Multistakeholderism’. Is it really as good approach as it is presented? In my opinion, yes. After the EuroDig 2010 I realized how is it important and what the benefits of that approach are.

Given that the Internet is so big or, better to say wide, issue that covers extremely wide range of topics and includes people from all walks of life, the multistakeholder approach appears, on one hand, as a… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on May 9, 2010 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

Izveštaj - EuroDig 2010

Dana 29. i 30. aprila 2010. godine održan je treći po redu EuroDig. Domaćin je, ovaj put, bio Madrid, a skup je održan u kompleksu španske Telefonike. Već sama lista prijavljenih učesnika obećavala je uspešan dijalog, što je i cilj EuroDig-a. Među 419 prijavljenih učesnika, od kojih neki nisu bili fizički prisutni, o čemu će biti kasnije reči, našli su se predstavnici različitih interesnih grupa, počev od predstavnika ministarstava evropskih država, uglavnom telekomunikacija, predstavnika… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on May 8, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Online content policies in Europe

The first Plenary on the EuroDig 2010 was about Online content policies in Europe. Since its beginning I realized that it is going to be very interesting session. There were no key speakers panel, the speakers were among the audience. The moderators of the session wanted to make the audience more active. And they succeeded! The session started with the exposure of the Yahoo representative, who had been talking about the Yahoo liability concerning the online content and claimed that there is a… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on April 30, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Report - Round table - What is the public and economic value of the Internet for Europe?

Here is the short report of the first session on EuroDig 2010. It was 'Round table - What is the public and economic value of the Internet for Europe?’

The session was opened by its moderator Susana Rosa, who firstly introduced the key participants, or speakers, of the session and after introduction the key speakers, she briefly explained what are the main points

to be discussed during the session.

The discussion started with pointing out the main values that the… Continue

Added by Maša Kojić on April 29, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments



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