[discuss] Three NETmundial submissions launched for endorsement at bestbits.net

Jeremy Malcolm Jeremy at Malcolm.id.au
Tue Mar 4 20:00:34 UTC 2014

Dear all,

With thanks to everyone for their hard work on the drafts, we are now simultaneously launching three submissions for the NETmundial meeting.  These submissions are the end results of extensive discussions on the Best Bits lists going back to last year, with a final face-to-face review this week (particularly on the roadmap for further evolution of the institutional submission) by those of you who are present at RightsCon in San Francisco.

The three complementary submissions, all of which are open for endorsement separately, are:

Internet governance principles, http://bestbits.net/netmundial-principles/
Roadmap for the Further Evolution of the Internet Governance Ecosystem – institutional mechanisms, http://bestbits.net/netmundial-roadmap/
Roadmap for the Further Evolution of the Internet Governance Ecosystem – ICANN, http://bestbits.net/netmundial-icann/

These will be formally submitted to NETmundial on 8 March 2014, but between now and then we are gathering as many endorsements for each of the statements as we can.  So please I would encourage everyone to read the statements, to endorse each of them separately (if you agree with them, of course), and then to spread the word through social media, email or word of mouth.

Thanks again to everyone involved, and we really hope to see your endorsement on each of the submissions soon.

Jeremy Malcolm PhD LLB (Hons) B Com
Internet lawyer, ICT policy advocate, geek
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