WEBCAST NOV 28 – IGF 2022 Day 0 #68 – Understanding Internet Fragmentation: Concepts and their Implications for Action

ISOC LIVEOn Monday November 28 2022 at 14:00-15:30 UTC the Internet Governance Forum presents a session ‘Understanding Internet Fragmentation: Concepts and their Implications for Action‘, organized by the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information.

The Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) has designated “Avoiding Internet Fragmentation” to be one of the 2022 IGF’s five organizing themes. There likely will be many events on the program related to this topic, but what exactly does Internet fragmentation mean, and how does that meaning affect the actions that may be undertaken by states and stakeholders?

This session brings together prominent analysts and stakeholders from five continents, with varying and even divergent viewpoints, in the hope of working toward a higher level of consensus (or at least a more structured range of disagreements) on the core features, sources, forms, and consequences of Internet fragmentation, and what all these may mean for actions taken in response by states and stakeholders.

Milton Mueller, Internet Governance Project, Georgia Tech
Wolfgang Kleinwächter, European Summer School on Internet Governance
Sheetal Kumar, Global Partners Digital
Neha Mishra, Geneva Graduate Institute
Andrew Sullivan, Internet Society
Xu Peixi, Communication University of China

Anriette Esterhuysen
William J. Drake

LIVESTREAM http://livestream.com/internetsociety/igf2022-68


REAL TIME TEXT https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=CFI-RPC11

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