Tools for unravelling the net neutrality and open Internetworking debate
La cybersécurité est un terme général plutôt vague, utilisé dans différents contextes pour signifier différentes choses tel que « sécurité des systèmes d’information et des systèmes informatiques »; sécurité de l’infrastructure de l’Internet; sécurité de tout ce qui touche à l’Internet (y compris les « services essentiels » tels que la distribution d’électricité); sécurité des données; applications et communications; sécurité des utilisateurs de l’Internet (en particulier les enfants), qui englobe souvent les notions de sécurité « nationale » ainsi que sécurité « privée ». En fait, il n’...
Official Submission Form #1 on the Outcome Documents of the WSIS+10 High Level Event
13-17 April 2014, Sharm el Sheikh
Background: The WSIS+10 High-Level Event will be an extended version of the WSIS Forum to address the progress made in the implementation of the WSIS outcomes related to the WSIS Action Lines under mandates of the participating agencies, while providing a platform for multistakeholder coordination of the implementation of the WSIS outcomes, with involvement and participation of all WSIS action line facilitators, other UN agencies and all WSIS stakeholders.
REMARKS BY LYNN ST. AMOUR, PRESIDENT AND CEO, INTERNET SOCIETY, AT THE OPEN CONSULTATION OF THE WORKING GROUP ON INTERNET GOVERNANCE
GENEVA, JUNE 14, 2005
Thank you Chairman Desai and Ambassador Kummer, and thank you to all the WGIG members for all the time and work you have given to this matter. It is sincerely appreciated.
The Internet Society (ISOC) would like to strongly and fully support the statement made earlier by Brian Carpenter; given the time allotted to this vast subject matter we will not repeat his statements but rather endeavor to cover some other...
We thank the OECD and the Korean Communication Commission again for the opportunity to share our experiences in the technical Forum and to participate in this OECD Ministerial event.
We are happy to hear that this relationship will be deepened, as indicated in the Seoul Declaration.
This event was an unprecedented opportunity for delegates from OECD member states to join discussions on technical, civil society, and business issues through the stakeholder forums, and to share experiences and exchange perspectives on the “Future of the Internet Economy”.
A consistent message...
OPINION (XX) To foster an enabling environment for the greater growth of high-speed broadband connectivity
The fifth World Telecommunication Policy Forum (Geneva, 2013),
a) The Third World Telecommunications Policy Forum (Geneva, 2001) and the Secretary-General’s Report on IP-Telephony. Draft Opinion A on the general implications of IP Telephony for the ITU Membership with respect to
the telecommunications policies and regulations of ITU Member States;
the implications of IP Telephony for developing countries, particularly with respect to policies and regulatory frameworks,...
WSIS Opening Statement
Kathryn Brown, Internet Society President and CEO
Good afternoon all. Mr. Chairman, Dr. Touré, Ministers, distinguished delegates, all of you,
It is a delight to join you here today to reflect on 10 years of WSIS, and to work with this global community to continue to develop our vision for the future.
As a member of the technical community, the Internet Society has grown, in many ways, because of the WSIS. Our technical roots have given wings to our expanded engagement over the years in Internet development and in the public policy debates...
In a survey of over 300 individuals from 53 countries, the Internet Society captures important perspectives on the origin and future of multistakeholder Internet governance. In short, the model works but there are ways to make it clearer and more inclusive and to leverage enhanced cooperation to strengthen participation in the Internet ecosystem.
The multistakeholder model is a key attribute of the modern Internet – a diverse collection of stakeholders from around the world working together to innovate, govern, and expand access to this powerful tool. Within the context of...
SUMMARY OF ACIVITIES UNDERTAKEN BY THE INTERNET SOCIETY RELATED TO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TARGETS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND COMMITMENTS OF THE WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
11 January 2009
The Internet Society (ISOC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related standards, education, and policy. With offices in Washington D.C., USA, and Geneva, Switzerland, it is dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of people throughout the world.
The Internet Society provides...
The Internet works not because of the government mandate or intergovernmental agreement – rather it works because its governance is open, inclusive, collaborative and transparent. It allows for innovation without permission and encourages the free flow of ideas and the exchange of information across borders; it spurs economic growth and thus contributes to social and economic development.
"Internet Governance" is a broad term used in many different contexts, applying to activities as diverse as coordination of technical standards, operation of critical infrastructure, development...