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Civil Society Closing Statement At NETmundial 2014

The Civil Society has expressed deep disappointment that the NETmundial outcome document has failed to address key concerns like surveillance and net neutrality. Best Bits, a civil society network, has come up with the following statement. The statement has been endorsed by a number of civil society organisations including EFF, Article 19 and JustNet Coalition, […]

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India’s Submission to Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance

The Government of India made the following submission to NETMundial, the Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance. The meeting will be held from April 23-24, 2014. General: 1. Internet is a shared resource and a global commons available to public. An open, stable and secure Internet, and unhindered access to information and […]

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NetMundial Submissions

The JustNet Coalition, of which SFLC.IN is a member, supports immediate reform of the present Internet Governance ecosystem and has accordingly made the following submissions to theMultistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance, being hosted by the Brazilian Government in April 2014. Roadmap for Internet Governance Principles for Internet Governance

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The Delhi Declaration

Just Net Coalition is a group of civil society organizations working in the realm of Internet governance, human rights and social justice who have joined hands with the vision of a just and equitable Internet for the people of the world. SFLC.IN is a constituent of the Just Net Coalition. The following declaration was adopted […]

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NETmundial submission from Best Bits

The undersigned civil society organisations and individuals are pleased to contribute the following submission to the discussion of Internet governance principles at the April 2014 Brazil NETmundial meeting. We are pleased to note the NETmundial organisers’ clear focus on human rights, particularly as this submission specifically addresses the imperative of adopting a human rights based […]

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A critique of the multistakeholder model by Jérémie Zimmermann

The “Internet Governance” Farce and its “Multi-stakeholder” Illusion by Jérémie Zimmermann For almost 15 years, “Internet Governance” meetings1have been drawing attention and driving our imaginaries towards believing that consensual rules for the Internet could emerge from global “multi-stakeholder” discussions. A few days ahead of the “NETmundial” Forum in Sao Paulo it has become obvious that […]

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