[governance] FW: TP: city government exercising policy on Google Applications / consumer rights / Consumer Protection Act / trial period

Norbert Bollow nb at bollow.ch
Fri Jul 15 06:11:07 EDT 2011

Daniel Kalchev <daniel at digsys.bg> wrote in raply to an email by
Paul Lehto:

> This is all true, except you miss the whole point. Internet
> resources are private, not public.

Even for resources where this is true and morally justifiable,
the *rules* of governance of these resources should be considered
matters of public interest.

The concern which Paul has raised is about the current owners of
private interests in these resources having near-absolute power
or at least unjustifiably great influence on the rule-making

This is a very justified concern in my eyes.

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