The regular Geneva Internet Platform webinar briefings on Internet governance, which summarise the main developments of each month and explore upcoming developments, resumed in January.
As in every other area, forecasts help us imagine what the future will look like, and what to expect.
Reflections on 2015 and predictions for 2016
Malta urges the UN to consider the Internet as common heritage of mankind
It doesn’t take a genius to figure that one out. Of course in situ gatherings, including both meetings and kids’ games, came first, probably around campsites and campfires.
We generally take Internet governance discussions very seriously, especially when it comes to determining events such as the WSIS+10 review process and the future of the Internet Governance Forum, which will be decided in New York next month.
The annual Internet Governance Forum is a much anticipated event by stakeholders involved in digital policy. It is also a vibrant week packed with meetings, discussions, and developments.
Many digital policy areas increased in relevance in October when compared to previous months.
Radiocommunication Diplomacy - Historical Context
The Zero Draft the ‘WSIS +10’ document was published on 9 October 2015. Apart from expected provisions (e.g.