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1 Supra-national Governance: The Vexing Problem of Legitimacy Hans Klein School of Public Policy Georgia Tech
2 Globalization WTO, IMF, NAFTA Make policy Legitimacy contested
3 Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Private Under US authority “Technical coordination” Policy role Bases of legitimacy
4 Expertise “No policy role” But: intellectual property, pricing Experts employed by interested parties –Internet supply industry Coalitions with interested parties –WIPO
5 Competition “Competitive market for domain names” But: retail market only monopoly at wholesale level Base price regulated PTT model
6 US Government “Ultimate authority lies in Dept. of Commerce” But: National sovereignty at global level –“AmerICANN” Ambiguity –DoC refers to ICANN –ICANN refers to DoC
7 Bylaws: Stakeholder Self-Governance “Balanced board” (1998) –Experts, users Not implemented –Secret appointment of initial Board –Expert directors implemented –User directors delayed Revision to by-laws –Elimination of principle of balance Capture?
8 ICANN: Promise and Peril What precedent for governance? Current direction: –Loss of legitimacy Potential for positive precedent –Democracy beyond the nation state –Example for other sectors
Why ICANN failed Milton Mueller Associate Professor, Syracuse University School of Information Studies.
Domain Day ICANN and Reform Tuesday, 5 November 2002 Milan, Italy Theresa Swinehart, Counsel for International Legal Affairs, ICANN.
1 27Apr08 Some thoughts on Internet Governance and expansion of the Domain Name space Paul Twomey President and CEO 9 August 2008 Panel on Internet Governance.
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“ICANN and the Global Internet” ICANN Workshop Wednesday, October 9, 2002 Mexico City.
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