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Another Internet Governance Forum: in the U.S.A.

Milton Mueller, reporting today on the Internet Governance Project (IGP) website: “Although you may not have heard about it yet, there are plans afoot for an Internet Governance Forum for the U.S. The location has been set for Washington, DC at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. The date is set at October 2. The purpose of the affair is to debate, discuss and seek out common ground on some of the issues facing the global Internet Governance Forum operated by the United Nations, which will be held in Egypt November 15-18.”

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Well, the more the merrier Suresh Ramasubramanian  –  Aug 30, 2009 9:57 AM

And here I was thinking there was a critical shortage of forums to air IGF politics (which mostly boil down to ICANN politics, but I digress..).

Manna from heaven.

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