– Background on the ITU and the WCIT
– Overview of the current model of Internet governance
Analyses of specific proposals:
We’ve also pulled together a list of commentary and analysis from experts around the world, available here.
Background paper on Fiji Internet Services by the Consumer Council of Fiji.
A Development Agenda in Internet Governance: Outlining Global Public Policy Issues and Exploring New Institutional Options is a discussion paper published by IT for Change in April 2012.
Contributions to discussion:
Who Governs the Internet? is a discussion paper published by Global Partners & Associates in June 2012.
Quarterlife Crisis of the Digital Revolution by Mark Cooper, Consumer Federation of America
Internet freedom in Indonesia by Donny B U, ICT Watch.
I have two background papers to contribute to Best Bits:
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Best Bits was a global civil society network on the topic of Internet governance, that was formed in 2012 and closed in 2019. Many of the former members of Best Bits participate in the Internet Governance Caucus.