[At-Large] [Chapter-delegates] The Future of the Internet Governance Forum
iza at anr.org
Tue Dec 14 14:27:51 UTC 2010
Hi, as the new co-coordinator of the Civil Society Internet Governance
and the long time member of AtLarge community, I urge you to pay attention,
sign the petition, in whichever capacity you like to.
We made our own statement on his and sent to CSTD.
Please see here:
Yes, the CSTD meeting was arranged in a very extraordinary way, though
the Chair maintained thate there was "clear majority" when they made that
bad decision. There were about 18 members of CSTD, out of 43. Only USA
made the reservation, but others followed. Well, almost all of these guys
were the permanent mission reps stationed in Geneva, have little clue
on Internet Governance, less on WSIS, and didn't understand the consequence
of the decision.
On Friday, Dec 17, there will be this CSTD WG open consultation meeting,
and I will join there.
It will be great, still, if ICANN AtLarge community, or ALAC express or join
the protest. Essentially, end-users interests will or should not be represented
by government folks, and that is exactly what this decision may lead to.
2010/12/11 Sivasubramanian M <isolatedn at gmail.com>:
> Dear Yjro,
> Feels good to know that the rest of the world will not allow this
> threatening situation to prevail.
> On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 10:00 AM, Yrjö Länsipuro <yrjo_lansipuro at hotmail.com
>> Dear Siva,
>> That's exactly what I expect to happen
>> > Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2010 05:59:08 +0530
>> > From: isolatedn at gmail.com
>> > To: at-large at atlarge-lists.icann.org
>> > Subject: Re: [At-Large] [Chapter-delegates] The Future of the Internet
>> Governance Forum
>> > On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 1:13 AM, Yrjö Länsipuro
>> > <yrjo_lansipuro at hotmail.com>wrote:
>> > >
>> > > All,
>> > >
>> > > There are governments that like and defend the multistakeholder
>> > > and those who rather would do without it. As far as I understand, the
>> > > outcome of CSTD meeting resulted from a temporary majority of the
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