Internet - A global discussion on China's position on the internet
Internet governance is keeping me busy these days. I'm working on a project proposal focusing on the ongoing discussion on how to organize the internet and - as an extention of that - how to give China a position in the now US-dominated discussion on how to distribute limited resources on the internet. China is now the second-largest user of the internet and together with other upcoming forces on the internet they demand a bigger say.
I do not want to say too much about it, since it is only the start of making a proposal. But I'm rather shocked by the murky character of the whole discussion, littered with jargon, while it is of eminent importance of so many stakeholders.
I'm trying to make sense out of the battle flied of ICANN, WSIS and so many other organizations that drives me absolutely crazy.