Rio forum to shine torch on the dark side of the Internet

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil

In one of the first articles published about the Internet Governance Forum starting on November 12 2007, the AFP news agency says that "The darker corners of the Internet are to be
exposed under the bright light of Brazil's sun next week when a UN
conference on how the web is run gets underway. Rio de Janeiro
will from Monday host the UN Internet Governance Forum, in which 2,000
participants from 100 countries will examine ways to tackle pedophilia
and cybercrime. It will also discuss the implications of more
than 80 percent of the world's population not having access to the
worldwide network, mainly those in developing countries. Read the full piece here.

In one of the first articles published about the Internet Governance
Forum starting on November 12 2007, the AFP news agency says that "The
darker corners of the Internet are to be
exposed under the bright light of Brazil's sun next week when a UN
conference on how the web is run gets underway. Rio de Janeiro
will from Monday host the UN Internet Governance Forum, in which 2,000
participants from 100 countries will examine ways to tackle pedophilia
and cybercrime. It will also discuss the implications of more
than 80 percent of the world's population not having access to the
worldwide network, mainly those in developing countries. Read the full piece here.

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