A Framework for National Mechanisms on Internet Governance
14 Pages Posted: 17 Jul 2016
Date Written: September 1, 2014
Paradoxically, as Internet governance has become a more widely known and used term by policy-makers, activists, the media and academics, the concept has also become extensively fluid and ambiguous. Although this is not a new trend, there are several authors that have strived to define the scope and field of Internet governance (van Eeten and Mueller, 2013) or its underlying propositions (Drake, 2004), but there is still a general sense of vagueness as to how to approach and operationalize many of the different aspects that are considered to be part of the scope and dimensions of Internet governance, particularly with respect to the national level.
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