Category : ITU

The future of internet governance? I wouldn’t start from here

After two weeks of negotiations, the threat of extended government influence over the internet remains. Rohan Jayasekera looks back on WCIT Plus: Dominique Lazanski on how the UK stood up for online freedoms at WCIT

The future of internet governance? I wouldn't start from here

If there was ever any doubt that the UN’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) was the wrong body to run the internet, you only needed to look at its handling of its own World Conference on International Telecommunication (WCIT), which ended today in Dubai in a little resolution but a lot of dispute. With the conference […]

Index tells policy makers to keep the internet free

As Index launches a policy note ahead of the Internet Governance Forum, Marta Cooper asks if can we keep the internet free Policy Note: The Growing Threats to Digital Freedom

Berlin internet freedom and human rights conference

Mike Harris: Berlin internet freedom and human rights conference

Index opposes ITU authority over the internet

Index joins civil society groups in voicing concerns about proposals made by the International Telecommunication Union that would threaten the openness of the internet

Who controls the internet?

Marta Cooper: Who controls the internet?