What is Internet Governance?
Internet Governance refers to the framework in which the policies, strategies and vision relating to the community’s use of the internet and how it is structured comes together. It is defined by the Internet Society (ISOC) as the processes that impact how the internet is managed.
Internet Governance Resources
- ICANN Wiki – https://icannwiki.org/Internet_governance
- ISOC article “Who makes the Internet work: the Internet ecosystem” – https://www.internetsociety.org/internet/who-makes-it-work
- ISOC Course “Shaping the Internet: History and Futures” – https://www.internetsociety.org/tutorials/shaping-the-internet/
- Digital Watch – https://dig.watch/what-is-internet-governance-digital-policy
- An Introduction to Internet Governance (book by Jovan Kurbalija) – https://www.diplomacy.edu/sites/default/files/An%20Introduction%20to%20IG_6th%20edition.pdf
- Georgia Tech Internet Governance Project – https://www.internetgovernance.org/what-is-internet-governance/
- “What does ICANN do?” – https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/what-2012-02-25-en
- ICANN Beginners guides – https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/beginners-guides-2012-03-06-en
- History of the Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) – https://www.apnic.net/about-apnic/organization/history-of-apnic/history-of-the-regional-internet-registries/