[bestbits] New EFF project on Shadow Regulation with "dummies guide" infographic on multi-stakeholder model

Jeremy Malcolm jmalcolm at eff.org
Fri Sep 30 18:05:56 EDT 2016

Some of you may find this interesting.  Most people don't understand
what multi-stakeholder processes are meant to achieve, because the
phrase "multi-stakeholder" is misused so much and because there is so
much variation between purportedly multi-stakeholder processes.

At the Best Bits meeting last year, I presented a paper that I'd written
which attempted to define a normative ideal of multi-stakeholderism
based on a set of simple criteria.[0]  But even that paper wasn't simple
enough that ordinary people would read it, so I've distilled it still
further and filtered it through EFF and here is the result:


We'll now be using this to critique processes that don't come up to
snuff, and we hope that others may adopt and use the infographic too. 
Comments welcome.


Jeremy Malcolm
Senior Global Policy Analyst
Electronic Frontier Foundation
jmalcolm at eff.org

Tel: 415.436.9333 ext 161

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