[council] CWG on Internet Govenrance Issues

John Berard john at crediblecontext.com
Wed Nov 27 18:22:07 UTC 2013


The work of the drafting team is aimed at creating an aligned PDP and reflects a bottom-up sensibility

This CWG on Internet Governance is more politics than policy and has been imposed from the top,

What I would like to know is who issued the invitation to the ALAC and NCSG, what was the rationale and why the NCSG accepted without consultation with the broader GNSO of which they are a part?

Were other ACs and SOs invited?  Did they decline?

I am aware that I am veering toward paranoia, but it's not inappropriate if they are really out to get you.



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> On Nov 27, 2013, at 1:04 PM, "Jonathan Robinson" <jrobinson at afilias.info> wrote:
> All,
> At the Council meeting wrap-up in Buenos Aires, we talked about GNSO participation in the CWG on internet governance and the Council and/or GNSO Council chair’s otential role.
> At the time, I don’t believe we were aware of the proposed role of ALAC / NCSG as co-ordinators. 
> I think (from a Council perspective) we should probably now await the call for further participation and respond to that, but I am open to any other suggestions.
> We could offer the CWG principles as they currently stand?
> Jonathan
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