7.2005 The Future US Role in Internet Governance: 7 points in response to the US Commerce Department’s “Statement of Principles”

[Abstract] The Internet Governance ProjectOn June 30, 2005, the United States Department of Commerce National Telecommunications and Information Administrtation (NTIA) released the "US Statement of Principles on the Internet's Domain Name and Addressing System." The Internet Governance Project (IGP) has issued the following response to the NTIA's declaration. We applaud...

2.2005 A Global Alliance for ICT: Bringing Policy Making to the Public and the Public to Policy Making

[Abstract] Authors: John Mathiason and Derrick CogburnThe Project releases a new paper calling for the use of Internet-based collaboration technologies and a Global Alliance as a new institutional framework for multistakeholder policy development in communication and information policy. The paper, by IGP partners John Mathiason and Derrick Cogburn, views a...

12.2004 A Framework Convention: An Institutional Option for Internet Governance

[Abstract] Author: John MathiasonThe Project releases one of our most significant WSIS contributions: a document calling for an international framework convention on the Internet. The paper, by John Mathiason, compares today's situation to the controversies over climate change in the 1980s. The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, rather than...

9.2004 Internet Governance: the State of Play

  [Abstract] Author: John Mathiason, Milton Mueller, Hans Klein and Marc HolitscherA comprehensive overview of Internet governance regimes, organizations, issues.Suggested citation: John Mathiason, Milton Mueller, Hans Klein and Marc Holitscher, "Internet Governance: the State of Play" (September 9, 2004). Internet Governance Project. Paper IGP04-001. Available at https://www.internetgovernance.org/pdf/mainreport-final.pdf