Decisions about how the Internet is managed have far-reaching effects for every person and business that uses it. The existing bottom-up, multi-stakeholder Internet management model has fostered an Internet that has been able to grow and adapt to meet the needs of all those who depend on it. But not everyone agrees that this is the best way to continue forward, and there are a number of organizations and venues where debates and decisions about the future of the Internet are occurring. For more detailed information about the history of Internet governance and the organizations involved, visit the Internet Governance section of the ARIN website. There you’ll find out more about what is Internet governance? How does ARIN participate? And most importantly, how YOU can participate in Internet governance discussion and decision-making!
What are you reading?
The dialog about Internet governance is heating up. We will be pulling together a few quality resources to let you know what’s the latest news about Internet governance. We’re looking for articles, blogs, presentations, videos, audio files, and more that demonstrate an array of views. We believe it is important to provide a full picture of the issues and diverse opinions that are part of these very important discussions. TeamARIN will be adding links as we find them, but we also hope you will share what you are reading with us.
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For a list of articles we were reading in 2012 leading up to World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) please see our TeamARIN Internet Governance Archive.