Shaping Internet Governance: Regulatory Challenges / Edition 1by Rolf H. Weber
Shaping Internet Governance discusses the main topics of Internet governance, such as legitimacy, transparency, accountability, and participation. Key regulatory issues are explored from a legal perspective, including access, privacy standards, and more.See more details below
Shaping Internet Governance discusses the main topics of Internet governance, such as legitimacy, transparency, accountability, and participation. Key regulatory issues are explored from a legal perspective, including access, privacy standards, and more.
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Table of ContentsIntroduction: Perceptions of Governance.- Perceptions of Information Society.- Regulatory Approaches.- Historical Developments: From McBride to WSIS.- From ICANN to WSIS.- Organizational Framework in Internet Governance: Overview.- Policy and Technology Organizations.- Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.- World Summits of the Information Society and Internet Governance Forum.- European Dialogue on Internet Governance.- Philosophical and Sociological Environment: Philosophical Concepts of a Social Contract for the internet Community.- Multi-Stakeholderism in Internet Governance.- Discussion Topics of Internet Governance: Introduction.- Legitimacy.- Transparency.- Accountability.- Partipation.- Regulatory Issues: Introduction.- Critical Resources and Access.- Protection of Civil Liberties and Humanization of Internet Governance.- Security: Assuring Safety, Trust, and Reliability.- Bridging the Digital Divide.- Concluding Obervations.
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