[ccwg-internet-governance] paper on Internet fragmentation

Ephraim Percy Kenyanito ephraim at accessnow.org
Mon Jan 25 11:20:58 UTC 2016

Thank you for sharing.

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On 25 January 2016 at 11:56, William Drake <wjdrake at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi OCL
> > On Jan 25, 2016, at 00:52, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com>
> wrote:
> >
> > (all - warning, my email has little to do with ICANN's mandate)
> I actually was not aware that this group was only allowed to discus
> ICANN’s mandate, I thought we were about the broader Internet governance
> environment and ICANN’s relations with it, in the first instance at
> NETmundial.  If the former defines the scope of acceptable communication I
> have no idea what we’ve been doing talking about WSIS action lines etc. for
> two years since. In any event, my reply isn’t on ICANN’s mandate either, so
> briefly:
> >
> > I do however need to point out one source of fragmentation that is
> missing which I thought I had pointed out, but perhaps not, and that's
> search engine fragmentation.
> I don’t recall a conversation about this in NYC, so if you’d sent a note
> that’d have helped. We don’t pretend to have covered every possible
> example, just what came to mind as illustrative when banging it out.  Maybe
> you should write something? :-)
> >
> > In fact, and I guess that's my second point, contrary to what most
> people think, most major content is already delivered using content
> delivery networks with local caching.
> Yes it did occur to me too late that we’d not discussed CDNs either.
> > Third, while I repeat that the paper is very informative indeed and
> congratulate you again on it, I cannot help thinking "what are the
> solutions"? I hope that this will be the object of future work.
> As the paper explains, it’s just a mapping/foundational platform piece for
> further work and dialogue to build on.  Advancing our personal policy recs
> was not the mission, facilitating discussion among others about what these
> could be was.  As I said in a prior message, there’ll be a stream of work
> in and out of WEF in the months ahead on fragmentation vs openness, and as
> names and numbers are a piece of the puzzle one might have thought some
> discussion here would be merited.  But whatever.
> Cheers
> Bill
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