[governance] JNC perspective on making Internet governance democratic (was Re: URGENT: Last call...)

Suresh Ramasubramanian suresh at hserus.net
Fri Nov 21 19:57:13 EST 2014

> Do you *not* advocate a system for dealing with global Internet related
> public policies whereby corporates will have a veto on agenda shaping - 
> meaning on letting an issue go on the agenda or not?
> Do you think such a clear veto to corporates in determining the agenda of
> public policy formation is democratic?

Ah. A cross between the "have you stopped beating your wife yet?" And "are you, and have you ever been, a member of the communist party?" schools of argument.

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