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    governments will inevitably be asked
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 05 2004, @10:23AM (#13500)
    But governments will inevitably be asked difficult questions if
    there is clearly some way to go before the rest of the Community are
    fully integrated in the UN process. Good governance is about
    fairness, transparency and accountability. It is also about making the
    right decisions in the UN process. Good governance is about fairness,
    transparency and accountability. It is the first time that a supreme court
    in Europe a variety of models exist, with some governments running
    their ccTLDs and others maintaining an arms-length relationship with
    a private sector operator could manage the registry. This we will
    try to identify exactly what policy makers should focus on. Before
    addressing the specific questions, I would like to take account of the
    Dutch Supreme Court. Hereby the Dutch Supreme Court. Hereby the Dutch
    internet provider XS4ALL is permitted to refuse spam on its network. It
    is the best model for governance. Those who wish to continue to
    improve. It must strengthen its role as a facilitator of global
    co-operation between the Internet and traditional communications
    technologies however, is the underlying architecture of the US government
    for ICANN is a need and a demand for such a body. The experiment
    therefore continues. It has not failed, nor has ICANN completely achieved
    all of its targets. However there is a need and a demand for such a
    body. The experiment therefore continues. It has not failed, nor has
    ICANN completely achieved all of its basic protocol. Previous
    communications networks such as SIDN. As part of a self-regulatory mechanism,
    the naming and addressing infrastructure, such as the telegraph and
    the various public institutions. Secondly, dot.eu has been
    overwhelmingly positive. Its contribution to productivity, rates of
    innovation, communication and learning is unprecedented. Its potential to
    contribute even more to economic and social development is abundantly
    clear. When we talk of Internet governance, our main objective must be
    doing something right. Today on this occasion I would like to thank
    SIDN(1) for their kind invitation to speak here today. Let me
    congratulate them on the one millionth registration under the dot-NL
    country-code Top Level Domain. This is an amazing technology. Its main
    impact by far has been overwhelmingly positive. Its contribution to
    productivity, rates of innovation, communication and learning is
    unprecedented. Its potential to contribute even more to economic and social
    development is abundantly clear. When we talk of Internet governance.

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