[governance] Is This An Issue for Internet Governance/Internet Human Rights?

Jeremy Malcolm jeremy at ciroap.org
Fri Jul 22 04:14:02 EDT 2011

On 22/07/11 15:49, Norbert Bollow wrote:
> In my view, it's clearly a governance issue to either decide that no
> action should be taken to protect people from this kind of risks, or
> to decide and implement measures to protect users of services like
> Google's from this kind of loss of their valuable personal data and
> online identity.
> If you don't classify this as "an internet governance issue", what
> kind of governance issue is it then?

For example, Consumers International is proposing that this sort of
issue be the subject of an international guideline on consumer
protection law:



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