4 July 2005
About this video
John Levine, recently appointed to ICANN’s At Large Advisory Committee, is author of ‘The Internet for Dummies’ (Wiley 2005), soon to be in its 10th edition, along with many other popular and technical works. He asks what aspects of the Internet need to be governed, and how effectively are ICANN, the IETF, and the ITU dealing with the key issues of Internet governance. The session is introduced and chaired by Ted Nelson.