[discuss] Where to discuss privacy issues 1Net? [ICANN policy and "Internet Governance"]

Nick Ashton-Hart nashton at ccianet.org
Tue Jan 7 08:48:03 UTC 2014

I disagree. Frankly, ICANN is the least of my worries in terms of near-term risks to the Internet. The entire Internet technical architecture of bottom-up decision-making is at risk for exactly the reasons that Seun mentioned. 

Seun, I think a thread on the nexus of privacy, surveillance, and principles is a great idea. It will certainly be a topic that is actively worked on in multilateral institutions this year - the HRC, UNESCO, and more.

On 7 Jan 2014, at 01:45, S Moonesamy <sm+1net at elandsys.com> wrote:

> Hi Seun,
> At 12:24 06-01-2014, Seun Ojedeji wrote:
>> This bring me to wonder, shouldn't this list (1Net) be an avenue to discuss such. Isn't privacy an IG issue? I had raised this before on this list but it seem not to interest folks much and i really wonder why privacy talks is at the current "status quo".
> The internet governance discussions tend to be about ICANN.  Privacy doesn't seem like a topic which is of interest to the people on this mailing list.  The status quo is likely due to lack of interest.

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