- Posted February 12, 2013 by
Vancouver, British Columbia
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Chat Ambassador Karklins, ADG Communication and Information UNESCO, WSIS Paris and Geneva, Internet Regulation, Innovation
What are your views on Innovation, Sustainability, UNESCO and the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), Multilingualism, Freedom of the Press, Internet Governance, Internet Regulation, Freedom of the Internet, Freedom of Expression, Technology in Education, Digital Preservation, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Peace,…?
Compare your views with Ambassador Karklins who heads-up Communication and Information for UNESCO and is a key leader behind WSIS.
During the chat, Janis had this to say: "....Should the internet be regulated or further regulated than it is?....In my opinion the answer would be the internet is already highly regulated, but it is regulated not in the traditional sense of regulation which we understand under international law where governments are setting the rules and others are following....One of the best results of the World Summit in Information Society 2005 was agreement that internet should be regulated in a multi-stakeholder manner where each stakeholder group has its own roles and responsibilities and that would ensure proper regulation. We see that in 10 years time that the internet has known enormous development and we can say that this multi-stakeholder model of regulation of internet works and needs to be preserved...."
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