[At-Large] Ukraine, .RU, and internet governance
sana.pryhod at gmail.com
Tue Mar 15 09:13:23 UTC 2022
EURALO communique on Ukraine was written by EURALO Board without invitation
of representatives of two Ukrainian ALSes. This is absolutely ruzzist
approach - try to solve the Ukrainian issue without the participation of
Ukrainians. Do other members of At-Large community support such approach?
Who has said "that At-Large unites people from all over the world by common
work to present and protect the end users interests"?
And once again and again - please, refocus your discussion from Ukraine
(our heroes do protect our cyberspace, and we really have a lot of support)
to the protection of "One World. One Internet"
On Tue, Mar 15, 2022 at 9:31 AM Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond via At-Large <
at-large at atlarge-lists.icann.org> wrote:
> On 15/03/2022 03:28, Barry Shein via At-Large wrote:
> Personally I doubt Putin cares much about control of the internet
> other than for his own internal political purposes.
> Internet is only but a small subset of the Russian IT market, which stands
> (stood) at 2.7% of GDP, employing only 1.7% of the population. Yes, there
> were 124 million Internet users, but Internet is not, economically, as
> important to Russia's economy as it is in the West.
> Source (in happier times):
> Putin would probably rather see the Internet shut down, so as to have full
> control over propaganda. Much like in North Korea. Will Russian people
> allow this? Remember the Internet shut down in Egypt - and the Role of
> media disruption on 28 January 2011?
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