The need for IG regimes and representation

‘Indeed, the Internet can be a doubleedged sword. Consequently, given man’s innate quest to have stability, reliability, and certainty in his life, governance of the Internet is only a natural evolution.' - Valmikki Singh from Guyana
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Author
Year
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Briefs and Reports
Valmikki Singh
2011

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