[discuss] Continuation of problem no. 1 specification, and what could be next steps
jeanette at wzb.eu
Mon Jan 27 10:54:35 UTC 2014
IMHO, Internet Governance issues can have a national, regional,
municipal, transnational and perhaps even an intergovernmental
dimension. Some Internet governance issues are overlapping. Examples may
be development related aspects, human rights, property rights etc.
Transnational issues would be those which Brian refers to as those that
only affect the Internet?
Am 27.01.14 05:54, schrieb Brian E Carpenter:
> Because it doesn't only affect the Internet.
> On 27/01/2014 08:55, Avri Doria wrote:
>> While it may not be an issue at the International level of Internet
>> governance, something I still don't fully accept, it may relevant at the
>> regional or national levels of Ig. In so far as there are specific
>> issues with regards to the Internet and how it, within the marketplace,
>> is regulated in a country, why isn't it a national Ig issue.
>> I don't see why correcting the "domestic market (mis)regulation" for
>> some defintion of mis [free market excess, central state control,
>> negligence, ...] isn't the epitome of a Internet governance issue at the
>> national and perhaps trade treaty level.
>> On 26-Jan-14 14:18, S Moonesamy wrote:
>>> Hi Andrew,
>>> At 09:14 26-01-2014, Andrew Sullivan wrote:
>>>> That paper is interesting, but both it and your own argument lead me
>>>> towards the view that this is not a matter of Internet governance at
>>>> all, but an issue of domestic market (mis)regulation. I don't see how
>>>> we can fix that and I'm also not sure it would be correct for us to try.
>>> I don't see how domestic market (mis)regulation can be a matter of
>>> Internet governance as:
>>> (i) It is a matter for the relevant country to decide.
>>> (ii) The issue also covers non-Internet areas.
>>> It would be problematic to try and fix such problems through Internet
>>> governance (see Brian's comment about national economic policies).
>>> S. Moonesamy
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