The aim of the roundtable was to present and expose the positions and perspectives of members of parliaments. Participants noted that there are quite many developments in Africa while Europe is behind. Everyone stressed that solution is the multistakeholders format and necessity of cooperation with civil society. Issue of net neutrality was one of the main issues touched by the participants.
One of the issues that were discussed during the roundtable was whether internet requires a special regulation, or the existing one can be applicable to it. Answers were different. Some participants saw the necessity of specific regulation, while other considered the one regulating press and broadcasting to be enough. There was one interesting example from experience of Italy, when there was an open debate with ergard the law and that public via interent could submit the comments.
Solutions offered by participants ware a dialogue in multistakeholder format, education and equal accessibility of everyone. As a concluding remark, it was stated that industry and government should take seriously the IGF; approach should be based and focused on human rights, it is an issue of public policy, IGF is important example and process and that it is a question of democracy.