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03 Aug 2006

Internet Governance for Dummies ICANN

I spoke last year at the Oxford Internet Institute on Internet Governance for Dummies, trying to lay out both what on the 'net needs governing (IP addresses and domains, if you know what they are), and who governs it, mostly ICANN with a large set of supporting characters.

They taped it, so you can visit the OII's web page for the talk where you can choose streaming video or downloadable MP4's.

When I returned this year the OII people told me that this is one of their most popular videos. Let me know whether or not you like it.


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