[discuss] Internet Governance PDPs and Audits
jefsey at jefsey.com
Fri Feb 21 23:42:53 UTC 2014
At 00:24 22/02/2014, Jefsey wrote:
>On Feb 21, 2014, at 1:14 PM, Jefsey <jefsey at jefsey.com> wrote:
> >> ..
> >> Who is _everyone_ in the above remark, and again, can your
> provide a pointer
> >> to this statement of an "economic vision of IG" that was
> agreed to? The only
> >> outcome that I am aware of is Montevideo Statement on the
> Future of Internet
> >> Cooperation - is this the statement of "economic vision" that
> you refer to?
> > Every signatoree and endorser of OpenStand.
??? How can that be incorrect. You was me who are the people I refer
to as _everyone. I answer?
>and therefore so is your earlier assertion that "everyone but ICANN agreed
>upon an economic vision of IG".
You keep repeating this when I keep repeating ""economic vision of IG
in order to define the technology development paradigm". We do not
speak of the same thing. This is why I detailed.
>Even if all parties were signatories of OpenStand, that does not
>equate to a specific position on Internet Governance (which is a
Yes this is why I specify which part. However, since this part is a
key part, choices made in that area (code is law) determine a lot of
the whole topic.
>although you do seem to repeated conflate the two topics.
I "conflate" the two faces of a same topic (technical and political
sides as they build the same societal issue) because I expect their
technical part which also are aware of their over all societal
responsibilities (ISOC, but also IEEE and IETF) to have a consistent ethic.
I am fully aware that ARIN did not endorse OpenStand and has no
political and social responsibilities. I have no reason not to trust
Lynn, Russ, Jari or Fadi's, to suspect their ethic not to be
consistent nor to totally separate their internet political
governance vision from their vision of the internet technical
governance. So, I must say I do not really understand you worry?
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