ISOC-NY is delighted to present Milton Mueller’s first full exposition of his new book Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance at NYU on Tuesday December 14 2010. Prof. Mueller is a co-founder of ICANN’s NonCommercial User’s Constituency and a renowned cyberlibertarian. His 2002 book Ruling the Root has long been the definitive work on governance. We are excited to hear details of what, in his mind, has changed in the last 8 years. This event is open to the public and will be webcast live.
What: Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance
When: Tuesday December 14 2010 : 7-9pm
Where: Rm 317, Warren Weaver Hall NYU, 251 Mercer St NYC (& W. 4 St)
Who: Public welcome. No RSVP needed. Photo ID required.
Milton Mueller is a professor at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, where he teaches courses on information and communication policy and telecommunication management.He is also XS4All Professor at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands His research focuses on property rights, institutions and global governance in communication and information industries. Currently, he is doing research on the legal and regulatory responsibilities of Internet service providers, Internet Protocol addressing policy, the policy implications of Deep Packet Inspection technology and the security governance practices of network operators. Mueller was one of the founders of the Internet Governance Project, an alliance of scholars in action around global Internet policy issues. As co-founder of the Noncommercial Users Constituency, he has played a leading role in organizing and mobilizing public interest groups in ICANN. Mueller is on the Advisory Council of Public Interest Registry (.org).
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As one involved with internet governance for some years,I found Networks and States most informative. From the early description of the types of networks in use today, to the concluding thoughts on options for internet governance, I found this book a most informative primer on this increasingly important subject.
While there is little that interests me more than IG, I just checked the weather in NYC and see it is 24 degreese.As I watch the surfers from my window in Cartagena, it is drizzeling and 80 degreese, and I am glad I stayed for a few days of vacation after the ICANN meeting. But were I there, I would ask Milton about the role ISOC has played in the Wikileaks Affair, and how we / ISOC might positively engage as this development moves forward.