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Argues here that ICANN, as it is currently formed, falls well short of democratic ideals, despite a founding principle of providing “bottom‐up, representative decision‐making”. Defines governance and explains how ICANN engages in governance of the Internet in important ways. Summarizes that if...
Puts ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) into a broader political and legal context, and asks whether the new Internet corporation could be seen as a political pilot project which explores the feasibility of a global management and decision‐making system, based on a...
Rejects arguments that ICANN is engaged in mere technical management or technical co‐ordination, rather than political governance. Examines ICANN’s structure through the lens of Aristotle’s philosophy, stating Aristotle was not democratic in a modern sense. Proclaims Aristotle saw representative...
Stages global elections held in 2000 by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), provide opportunities to test claims of the sceptics of global democracy, and those elections cast doubt on the strong claims of critics. Suggests that analysis shows that democracy in ICANN...
Explores a number of the debates and justification used to support and advance non‐state governance of the Internet in the USA. Reviews public reports released leading up to the formation of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Concludes that the scope herein is...
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