Are the organisations that form the Internet governance ecosystem failing to rise to new challenges the modern Internet has created? And if so, what steps need to be taken in order to revitalise Internet governance?
Joining me to discuss these questions in more depth are Kieren McCarthy - journalist, Internet governance expert, and author of the paper Revitalising Global Internet Governance - and Chris Buckridge - advisor to the RIPE NCC Managing Director on issues of Global Strategic Engagement and member of the IGF's multistakeholder advisory group.
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00:37 - Revitalising Global Internet Governance, by Kieren McCarthy
06:09 - Sessions and policy outcomes from ICANN 74
13:35 - World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)
15:34 - International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
16:05 - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
18:07 - A useful Q&A on New IP from ISOC
20:16 - RIPE Cooperation Working Group
21:01 - RIPE Accountability Task Force
21:05 - The IANA Stewardship Transition
21:23 - Chris on RIPE Principles
21:30 - Properties of Today's and Tomorrow's Internet at RIPE 84 (video)
39:18 - RIPE IoT Working Group