Contributions

  • 1 - REPORT OF THE EXPERTS MEETING ON CYBERSPACE LAW

    UNESCO contribution to IGov principles REPORT OF THE EXPERTS MEETING ON CYBERSPACE LAW (Monte-Carlo, Principality of Monaco, 29-30 September 1998)

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    • Entitled by: Andrii Paziuk
    • Region: Ukraine
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Institute of International Relations
    • Keywords: UNESCO, cyberspace law
  • 2 - German Government Proposal on Global Internet Principles

    The German government wants to take the opportunity to propose a list of Global Internet Principles regarding the governance of the internet, to be global in reach and supported by all the relevant stakeholders, i.e. governments, civil society, technical community and private sector.We consider these Principles as an overarching term, given the fact that a global citizen can only enjoy freedom, security and well-being if the governance of the internet is in line with the interest of the people.

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    • Entitled by: Dirk Brengelmann
    • Region: Germany
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Federal Foreign Office, Commissioner for International Cyber Policy
    • Keywords: Openness, Freedom, Privacy, Global Nature
  • 3 - Proposed Internet Governance Principles

    We propose principles that, in our view, are consistent with the statement made by Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at the United Nations.

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    • Entitled by: Richard Hill
    • Region: Switzerland
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Association for Proper Internet Governance
    • Keywords: human rights, privacy, agreed frameworks
  • 4 - Proposed Internet Governance Principles

    We present a set of proposals that we find crucial to maximize the benefit of the Internet for humanity at large and to remain as robust, secure, and free as possible for generations to come.

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    • Entitled by: Walid Al-Saqaf
    • Region: Yemen
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: ISOC-Yemen
    • Keywords: Free Secure Safe Robust Internet
  • 5 - Internet Roadmap topics: Freedom and Security in Cyberspace - A Cyber Defense perspective

    This contribution is aimed at elaborating an Internet Roadmap; specifically at improving inter-State Cyberspace relations. Cyber Defense proposals are included. Current technological state-of-the-art could allow for an Internet where freedom, privacy and security can exist together in a context where human rights are the main reference point. International organizations should acquire concepts and tools for a reasonable Cyberspace control in order to minimize Cyber Attacks and Cyber Espionage.

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    • Entitled by: Roberto Uzal Daniel Riesco Germán Montejano
    • Region: Argentina
    • Area: COMBINED INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ROADMAP
    • Organization: Universidad Nacional de San Luis
    • Keywords: Internet-roadmap; Freedom&Security; Cyber-Defense; Cyber-Attacks; Cyber-Espionage
  • 6 - U.S. Government Submission for NETmundial

    The Government of the United States of America appreciates the opportunity to participate in the “Global Multi-stakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance,” or NETmundial. We commend the effort of the Brazilian government in coordination and consultation with the global Internet community to convene this meeting. We look forward to participating in meaningful discussions that generate support for the evolving multistakeholder framework for the future of Internet governance.

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    • Entitled by: U.S. Department of State
    • Region: United States
    • Area: COMBINED INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ROADMAP
    • Organization: U.S. Government
    • Keywords: USA government multistakeholderism human-rights access stability security interoperability functionality innovation
  • 7 - Can Trade Set Information Free? Trade Agreements, Internet Governance and Internet Freedom

    This policy brief shows how three governments (the US, EU, and Canada) have used trade policies to regulate the Internet. We focus on their policies to advance the free flow of information, privacy, and Internet stability. We make suggestions on how to ensure that trade policy enhances internet freedom, openness and stability. Due to limited funding, we could only examine US, EU and Canadian trade and internet policies, but we hope to examine other countries in the future.

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    • Entitled by: Susan Ariel Aaronson, Ph.D.
    • Region: The United States
    • Area: COMBINED INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ROADMAP
    • Organization: George Washington University
    • Keywords: trade, internet freedom, internet governance, FTAs
  • 8 - Roadmaps for further evolution of Internet governance

    Over the years, there have been numerous proposed roadmaps for further evolution of Internet governance. Some of those proposed roadmaps remain perfectly valid today and they will no doubt be presented again to the Net Mundial meeting. This paper presents some of the proposals that have received less recent attention, but which still warrant consideration. This paper is structured into four sections: 1. The Internet Ad Hoc Group proposals 2. The Role of the US government 3. Modularization of ICANN’s functions 4. Relation to Existing Intergovernmental Organizations

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    • Entitled by: Richard Hill
    • Region: Switzerland
    • Area: ROADMAP FOR THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE ECOSYSTEM
    • Organization: Association for Proper Internet Governance
    • Keywords: ICANN, IANA, US government, intergovernmental organizations
  • 9 - International code of conduct for information security

    Recent years have witnessed the considerable progress achieved in developing and applying the latest information and telecommunication technologies, which could potentially be used for purposes that are inconsistent with the objectives of maintaining international stability and security. It is of great significance that the common challenges in the sphere of information security should be dealt with through international cooperation and in the spirit of mutual respect. To that end, China, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan have jointly elaborated in the form of a potential General Assembly resolution on an international code of conduct for information security and call for international deliberations within the United Nations framework on such an international code, with the aim of achieving the earliest possible consensus on international norms and rules guiding the behaviour of States in the information space (see annex).

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    • Entitled by: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China
    • Region: People’s Republic of China
    • Area: COMBINED INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ROADMAP
    • Organization: Government of People's Republic of China
    • Keywords: information security; international cooperation; international deliberations; global culture of cybersecurity;
  • 10 - #WorkInProgress: Internet Freedom Declaration for Nigeria

    The purpose of the Internet Freedom Declaration for Nigeria is to articulate public expectations on internet freedom in Nigeria that is subscribed to by stakeholders, and most importantly, the citizens of the country.

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    • Entitled by: 'Gbenga Sesan
    • Region: Nigeria
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Paradigm Initiative Nigeria
    • Keywords: Internet Freedom Declaration Nigeria Citizens
  • 11 - Towards a New Multi-Stakeholderism in Internet Governance

    The Internet Ecosystem is subject to constant development and change. Consequently, the needs and demands on Internet Governance, (IG), are changing. The following paper describe how over time different understandings of sovereignty have emerged in Cyber space. The resulting differences and gaps in exercising sovereignty represent the fundamental challenge on IG today. The paper continues to describe how to bridge the gaps through Knowledge Exchange and Awareness Building and the resulting need for a new understanding and implementation of multi-stakeholderism.

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    • Entitled by: Klaus Stoll
    • Region: Europe
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Global Knowledge Partnership Foundation, NPOC
    • Keywords: multi-stakeholderism, sovereignty, implementation, Internet Governance
  • 12 - UNITED KINGDOM GOVERNMENT SUBMISSION

    The Government of the United Kingdom welcomes this opportunity to continue discussion and consultation on a set of principles for internet governance and on the internet governance ecosystem.

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    • Entitled by: Paul Blaker
    • Region: UNITED KINGDOM
    • Area: COMBINED INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES AND ROADMAP
    • Organization: DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT, UNITED KINGDOM GOVERNMENT
    • Keywords: consensus, high-level principles, CGI.Br, brazilian principles, multi-stakeholderism, IGF, dynamic coalitions, capacity building
  • 13 - The Need to Abolish Stakeholder 'Roles'

    This paper proposes a new principle for Internet governance. The principle can be stated:In multistakeholder institutions for global Internet governance, all individuals – regardless of whether they are agents of governments, international organizations, the technical community, the private sector, civil society or interested individuals – should have equal status as participants in the formulation of public policies.This principle is intended to clarify issues and overcome problems that were encountered during the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

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    • Entitled by: Milton L Mueller
    • Region: North America
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Noncommercial Stakeholders Group, ICANN
    • Keywords: Multistakeholder governance, stakeholder roles, Tunis Agenda, public policy
  • 14 - Proposed Internet Governance Principles

    The University of Gezira would like to propose some basic principles regarding in the internet Governance. This set of proposal are very important to raise the issue Internet Governance in the world, especially in the third world, that the internet is for all in equal bases in transparency, security and Accessibility to all multi-stakeholder in the world.

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    • Entitled by: Hago Dafalla
    • Region: Sudan, Africa
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: University of Gezira, Wad Medani, Sudan
    • Keywords: Freedom,Transparency, Equality,Openness
  • 15 - A fundamental principle for Internet governance

    Offline rights apply equally online. Human rights include the right to right to take part in the conduct of public affairs, directly or through freely chosen representatives. This right applies to Internet public policy decisons.

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    • Entitled by: Richard Hill
    • Region: Switzerland
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Association for Proper Internet Governance
    • Keywords: Human rights, role of stakeholders
  • 16 - Compatibility of African regional treaties & Conventions with international best practice on Internet Governance

    The African charter on Human and People's Rights does not protect the right to privacy, either online or offline, and neither does it protect wider digital-based rights. Despite the incorporation of such right in some African national constitutions, and pronouncements by courts such as South African Supreme Court, the African supra-natural bodies are significantly lagging behind developments in other regions. Attempts to plug this gap through the draft African Convention on Cybercrime have stalled due to lack of consensus. Further, the draft convention will not be a panacea to the presenting problems, mainly because it contains a number of flaws and did not benefit from multi-stakeholders' consultation. The above scenario calls for global effort in supporting African efforts to be an equal party in the global Internet governance ecosystem.

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    • Entitled by: Arthur Gwagwa
    • Region: Zimbabwe
    • Area: ROADMAP FOR THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE ECOSYSTEM
    • Organization: Zimbabwe Human Rights Forum
    • Keywords: African region, Conventions and treaties, right to privacy, digital rights, international best practice
  • 17 - The violation of US political sanctions against the Neutrality of the network

    The US Treasury Department Blocked so many sites on the internet Which Violate PRINCIPLES FOR THE GOVERNANCE AND USE OF THE INTERNET?

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    • Entitled by: Elmunzir Abuelmaaly
    • Region: SUDAN
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Beta Advanced Projects
    • Keywords: rights violations, Sudan, US sanctions, internet governance, net neutrality
  • 18 - Submission by Government of Sweden on Internet Governance Principles

    Our core message: we must safeguard a free, open and secure internet and the globalmulti-stakeholder model for internet governance.A global agreement on the following core issues are intended to safeguard the open and secure internet, characterised by freedom and innovation without restrictions, continuously developing through a global multi-stakeholder model for internet governance, with the purpose to ensure continued productivity and global economic growth, social prosperity and benefits for all.

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    • Entitled by: Government of Sweden
    • Region: Sweden
    • Area: SET OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES
    • Organization: Government of Sweden
    • Keywords: Empowerment of Internet users; Universality of the Internet; Security of the Internet; Architectural principles; Open Internet;
  • 19 - Roadmap for globalizing IANA: Four principles and a proposal for reform

    This paper sets out a blueprint and supporting analysis for globalizing the IANA functions. It proposes four basic principles that should guide the reform of the IANA functions: 1. Keep the IANA function clerical - separate it from policy; 2. Don’t internationalize political oversight: end it; 3. Align incentives to ensure the accuracy and security of root zone maintenance; 4. De-link globalization of the IANA function from broader ICANN policy process reforms. The paper then sets forth a blueprint for change. In summary, it proposes to: 1) Structurally separate the IANA functions from ICANN’s policy process; 2) Integrate the DNS-related IANA functions with the Root Zone Maintainer functions performed by Verisign, and put them into a new, independent “DNS Authority” (DNSA); 3) Create a nonprofit controlled by a consortium of TLD registries and root server operators to run the DNSA; 4) Complete the transition by September 2015, when the IANA contract expires.

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    • Entitled by: Milton L Mueller
    • Region: North America
    • Area: ROADMAP FOR THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE ECOSYSTEM
    • Organization: Internet Governance Project (IGP)
    • Keywords: IANA, reform, globalization, principles, DNS
  • 20 - The Information Security Forum's Threat Horizon 2015 Report - More danger from known threats

    The Information Security Forum (ISF) is the world's leading authority on information risk management. A not-for-profit organisation, that supplies authoritative opinion & guidance on all aspects of information security. The annual ISF Threat Horizon report provides a practical way for organisations to take a forward-looking view of the increasing threats in today’s always-on, interconnected world. This in turn enables a better prepared, strategic approach to managing and mitigating risk. Understanding threats is fundamental to enterprise risk management; threats need to be evaluated in the context of the organisation to determine risk. The ISF’s 2015 Threat Horizon report finds that the biggest risk is from known threats. The fact that hacktivism and malicious software have been around for sometime doesn’t mean they’re less threatening and we can relax -­ quite the opposite.

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    • Entitled by: William Beer
    • Region: Brazil
    • Area: ROADMAP FOR THE FURTHER EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE ECOSYSTEM
    • Organization: Alvarez & Marsal (Information Security Forum Agent for Brazil)
    • Keywords: Cyber, Risk, Governance, Threats


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