Internet Policy

Op-Ed

Wrong Side of the Law

Author: Jerome A. Cohen
South China Morning Post

Jerome A. Cohen states, "The Chinese government's current suppression of rising internet protests against its barbaric abuse of the blind 'barefoot lawyer' Chen Guangcheng raises fundamental questions about the impact of legal reforms on real life in China."

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Transcript

Cyber Governance and Instability

Speaker: Paul Twomey
Presider: Stewart A. Baker

Paul Twomey, former president and CEO of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), discusses the challenges posed by the present state of global cyber instability for governance at both the corporate and internatinoal levels.

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Primary Sources

OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Internet Economy

OECD hosted a meeting June 17-18, 2008, in Seoul to discuss "social, economic, and technological trends shaping the development of the Internet Economy" and reach consensus on principles that should guide internet policy making. A second meeting June 28-29, 2011, in Paris, continued these discussions about creating an open internet while "generating innovation and growth."

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Op-Ed

The Chinese Internet Century

Author: Adam Segal
Foreign Policy

Adam Segal argues that while, "China's cyberaggression doesn't mean that the United States should stop all attempts at engagement," the goal of an open and transparent Web may not be realistic.

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