Category Archives: Blog

policymakers

When Policy Makers Know Their Net

As established at the Know Your Net new top-level domain (TLD) public awareness campaign launch, CADNA is firm believer in the multistakeholder model of Internet governance. Governing such a complex system, laden with opportunities and challenges, requires diligence and creativity from everyone, including businesses, technology companies, Internet users, and policymakers alike. Know Your Net is our way of contributing to the

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BBB and Know Your Net

By Anjali Hansen, Deputy General Counsel at the Council of Better Business Bureaus For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping consumers find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. Nearly 400,000 businesses have earned the BBB Accredited Business seal by pledging to uphold the BBB Standards for Trust. In addition, more

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Experiments in Internet and Democracy

Citizens express opinions and inform and persuade their governments in ways as modern as the media available to them. The same holds true for governments when they express opinions and inform and persuade the public. Thus, over the last decade, the dialogue between a citizenry and its elected representatives has increasingly been online. Now comes

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