Network of networks for a free and open internet

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By Chad Lubelsky for APC

MONTREAL, Canada, 19 January 2010

2010 promises to be a significant year for the future of the internet with a number of potential changes on the horizon. It could be the last year of existence for the Internet Governance Forum and ICANN is confronting big changes as it moves out from under the control of the US government. In this time of flux, policy windows can open and close quickly. APC is building a worldwide network of civil society policy advocates from different spheres of policy work and with diverse campaigning experiences who all have a vested interest in ensuring that the internet is free and open.

Full article at http://www.apc.org/en/node/9788/

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