In this interview, internet policy specialist Lee Hibbard gives the background to the Council of Europe's involvement with the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG). “People want this to happen,” Hibbard says.
New governance models in a plugged-in world will entail greater demands for transparency. This was a key theme in Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland's address to the fifth EuroDIG which started earlier today in Sweden.
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The theme of this year's European Dialogue on Internet governance (EuroDIG) in Stockholm is “Who sets the rules for the Internet?” Some 500 participants will seek answers to this question at the two day event.
EuroDIG is an open arena for informal discussion and exchange on policy issues related to the internet, involving a large number of stakeholders from all over Europe, including the European Commission, the European ...