Internet governance: the new frontier of global institutions
John Mathiason tells the story of the internet governance, where the linkage between technology, information, individuals, old regulatory regimes and new approaches have led to a great experiment, what a volume produced by the United Nations Information and Communications Technology Task Force called |(3z|(BA Grand Collaboration|(3y|(B.
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What is the Internet and what is governance?
communications and its regulation
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Internet Governance: The New Frontier of Global Institutions
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