Internet Governance and ICANN: Reflections from Beijing.
This article concerns the 2013 meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in Beijing. The author discusses the issues raised at the meeting, such as the impact of ICANN presence in countries where human rights records are poor and access to the Internet is curtailed, along with the positive developments the meeting signified, including the growing number of ICANN civil society community members in developing countries.
Publisher: Office of the Privacy Commissioner
Keywords: Internet Law; ICANN; Beijing; Human Rights; Law and Technology
Research Type: Other