Hum, another soap opera.
Erick Iriarte Ahon <faia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)
The papers below are the first of a series of 'draft working papers'
prepared by WGIG members, reflecting the preliminary findings of various
drafting teams. They have been subject to review by all WGIG members, but
they do not necessarily present a consensus position nor do they contain
agreed language accepted by every member. The purpose of the drafts is to
provide a basis for the ongoing work of the group. They are therefore not
to be seen as chapters of the final WGIG report, but rather as raw material
that will be used when drafting the report. The draft working papers have
been published here for public comment, so they will evolve, taking into
account input from governments and stakeholders. Additional draft working
papers will be made available in this section.
List of Papers:
- Administration of Internet names and IP addresses
- Administration of the Root Server system
- Peering and Interconnection
- Telecommunications infrastructure, broadband access, convergence with NGN
- Cyber security, cybercrime
- Competition policy, liberalization, privatization and regulations
- Dispute Resolution
- Security of network and information systems
- Technical Standards
- Affordable and universal access
- Social dimensions and inclusion
Governments and all stakeholders are invited to comment on these papers,
preferably by making use of this template. Due consideration will be given
to all comments, but use of the template will facilitate processing
feedback. All comments received from governments and WSIS accredited
entities by 11 February 1200 hours GMT will be posted on this website.
Comments by other entities or individuals will also be posted, provided
they are relevant to the issues under discussion.
Template for comments: http://wgig.org/docs/comment-template.doc
Nota Especial: Se espera que en los proximos dias se publiquen documentos
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