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James Wood Jun 19
Questions from the audience: How do we reconcile the huge push for quick regulation with the danger of breaking the Internet?
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Nina Trankova âš¡ğŸŒž Jun 20
One can't regulate the network of networks! Make it work in a reliable way up to consumer demands instead! Educate regulators. My takeaway: General Motors example of compliance & bankruptcy analogy by âš¡ï¸ğŸŒž
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James Wood Jun 19
What we need are norms to tell us how to respond to threats in general. We need regulation that is FIT for purpose - regulation that is Focused, Informed and Targeted
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ISOC Live Jun 19
WEBCAST TODAY: How Regulation Could Break the Internet
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ISOC Asia-Pacific Jun 19
Can we regulate the Internet while protecting its openness, interoperability, and global reach? Tune in tonight at 17:00 UTC (Jun 20 01:00 Singapore time) to listen to President & CEO Andrew Sullivan at this event!
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Internet Society Jun 19
Watch the livestream recording of in conversation about and the at London on June 19
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James Wood Jun 19
We need to make the Internet reliable enough, secure, and safe enough so that we never have to worry about it. That's the world we need to build. @ISOCSullivan
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Internet Society Jun 18
How Could Break the : In Conversation with - preview of tomorrow's event at London. Watch it live via the , from 17:00 UTC on June 19
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Internet Society Jun 19
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Internet Society Jun 19
LIVE FROM 17:00 UTC - Join Internet Society CEO in conversation at London today for insight on the unintended consequences of regulation to the Internet’s infrastructure, and more. Watch the livestream:
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Internet Society Jun 17
Internet Society CEO will be in a live-streamed discussion at on June 19 - tune in to discover what impact government regulation plans could have on the Internet's infrastructure
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James Wood Jun 19
'We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us' - We have to pay attention to our relationship to the Internet and to realise that not all problems on the Internet are actually Internet problems. Many are rooted in society.
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