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

Norbert Bollow nb at bollow.ch
Thu Jul 28 08:03:10 EDT 2011

Paul Lehto <lehto.paul at gmail.com> wrote:

> Democracy is 100% process, and without proper process, the outcomes
> are invalid.  This applies with force to the corporate governance
> regime that presently rules over the internet.

It also applies with force to just about all internet governance
activities currently undertaken by governments, including in
particular widespread efforts of governments in various countries
to set up infrastructures for near-Orwellian surveillance of
internet communication, while paying only lip service to human
rights. Is there *any* country whose government is not guilty of

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