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Internet Governance 1 December 2015

WSIS+10 Matrix of Comments on 4 Nov 2015 Draft Outcome Document

This document compiles comments submitted on the draft WSIS+10 outcome document released 4 November 2015. The rows of the matrix are the paragraphs of the 4 Nov 2015 draft outcome document with the additions, deletions or modifications of the entities commenting found in the columns.

For more information about the overall WSIS+10 process, please see:

The document incorporates comments from:

1.    Access Now (civil society)
2.    Association for Progressive Communications (APC) (civil society)
3.    Association of Scientists, Developers and Faculties (ASDF) Africa (civil society)
4.    Canada (government)
5.    Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) (civil society)
6.    Centre for Communication Governance, National Law University Delhi  (NLU Delhi) (academia)
7.    Centre for Internet & Society (CIS) (civil society)
8.    China (government)
9.    European Broadcasting Union  (EBU) (Technical & academia)
10.    European Union  (EU) (governments)
11.    G77  (governments)
12.    Groupe Speciale Mobile Association (GSMA) (private sector)     13.    ICT Watch – Indonesia (civil society)
14.    Indonesia (government)
15.    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (technical & academia)
16.    Intel Corporation (private sector)
17.    International Association for Media & Communication Research (IAMCR) (technical & academia)
18.    International Chamber of Commerce, Business Action to Support the Information Society (ICC BASIS) (private sector)
19.    International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
20.    Internet Democracy Project (IDP) (civil society)
21.    Internet Society (ISOC) (technical & academia)
22.    Internet Governance Coalition (IGC) (private sector)    23.    Japan Information Technology Service Industry Association (JISA) (private sector)
24.    Just Net Coalition (civil society)
25.    Korea (government)
26.    Participants of IGF civil society pre­event  (civil society)
27.    New Humanity of the Focolare Movement (civil society)
28.    Russian Federation (government)
29.    Software Freedom Law Centre (SFLC) (civil society)
30.    Sri Lanka (government)
31.    Switzerland (government)
32.    United Nations Development Programme India (IGO)
33.    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) (IGO)
34.    United States of America (USA) (government)

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