Internet Governance Debate Poses Unique Global Challenges

Internet Governance Debate Poses Unique Global Challenges (CDT Policy Post July 2006)
To that end, it may be useful to discuss whether the goals and milestones established nearly a decade ago for ICANN on its path to full autonomy remain adequate in the face of a drastically different global environment. Certainly the goals of fostering stability, competition, representation and private, bottom-up coordination remain as relevant today as they were eight years ago, but in light of recent developments it is important for the Internet community to at least ask whether reaching all of those milestones (something ICANN has yet to accomplish) would be sufficient cause to cut the tether between ICANN and the US Government.
http://cdt.org/publications/policyposts/2006/13

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