Time to Take Stock: Twelve Internet and Jurisdiction Trends in Retrospect

  • Add Comments
  • Print
  • Add to Favorites

With the growing tension between the cross-border Internet and the patchwork of national jurisdictions, it becomes crucial to keep track of key global trends that drive the debate on appropriate frameworks.

One year ago, the Internet & Jurisdiction Project initiated a global multi-stakeholder dialogue process on these issues. To provide a factual basis for such discussions, it established an Observatory, supported by a network of selected international experts, to detect and categorize relevant cases via an innovative crowd-based filtering process in order to identify high-level patterns.

The following twelve trends are based on an evaluation of the first edition of the Internet & Jurisdiction Observatory case collection that features the 220 most important cases of 2012.

No Comments to “Time to Take Stock: Twelve Internet and Jurisdiction Trends in Retrospect”

add a comment.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Read previous post:
IBCA Called for Inclusion of African Businesses at ICANN Africa Strategy Meeting in Addis Ababa

The Internet Business Council for Africa (IBCA), an initiative of DotConnectAfrica that was Unveiled at ICANN 49 Public Forum in...