What structure does tomorrow’s web 3.0 need?

In preparation for Workshop 3 of the EuroDIG conference we looked into the existential structures of the internet and the institutions carrying them. As Sébastien Bachollet, a representative of the board of  ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), will be hosting the workshop we looked into current discussions of ICANN and thought was…

The OECD and Internet Governance

  The work of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development on internet governance is rooted in the mission of OECD to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. The organisation has developed key indicators on information and communication technologies, which are updated annually, to provide a…

The European Union and Internet Governance

The work of the European Union on internet governance is strongly related by the overarching themes and policy initiatives around economic integration, the single market and the four freedoms of the Union – the free movement of goods, capital, services, and people. The Digital Agenda is one of the key documents of the EU and…

The Council of Europe and Internet Governance

The work of the Council of Europe on internet governance centres on human rights issues, most notably freedom of expression, data protection, accessibility and cybercrime. With the Convention on Cybercrime, the Council of Europe created the first (and so far only) binding international treaty on the subject. The convention outlines guidelines for governments wishing to…

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