Negotiating Internet Governance

  title={Negotiating Internet Governance},
  author={Roxana Radu},
  • R. Radu
  • Published 7 March 2019
  • Political Science
What is at stake for how the Internet continues to evolve is the preservation of its integrity as a single network. In practice, its governance is neither centralized nor unitary; it is piecemeal and fragmented, with authoritative decision-making coming from different sources simultaneously: governments, businesses, international organizations, technical and academic experts, and civil society. Historically, the conditions for their interaction were rarely defined beyond basic technical… 
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