The next chapter in Internet governance
Once cradled by global ideals, the multistakeholder community that manages the global commons of cyberspace must now be nurtured by local realities
The inclusion of “civil society"—an umbrella group of activists, advocates, not-for-profit organizations, and even the academia—in Internet governance ranks among the most significant achievements of this decade in international relations. For a while, it appeared the “global, multistakeholder community" that drove normative processes like the 2014 NetMundial conference in Brazil, would stitch together rules for managing the global commons of cyberspace.
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