The CPSR Compiler - November 2008
COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS for SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Turning Thoughts to Actions
CPSR participated in the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (www.eurodig.org) meeting that took place at the Council at Europe in Strassbourg on October 20 - 21.
The meeting was organised for the first time to consult European stakeholders about their perspective on a range of Internet governance issues and collect further input for topics that would be discussed at the third IGF meeting in December 3-6, in Hyderabad: http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/hyderabadprogramme
Without any expectation that the Eurodig meeting would produce a unified European position on any of the discussed topics and take them to Asia - the freedom of expression has been echoed by several participants as the key message to take to Asia.
Desiree Miloshevic, CPSR board member, commented on a need for the RIRs to raise more awareness and broaden participation of the non-paying members in their policy development process regarding the transition of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
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