Johnson et al, Peer Production of Internet Governance (April 2004)Submitted by sz on Wed, 08/18/2004 - 15:13. WSIS
Johnson, David R., Susan P. Crawford, and John G. Palfrey, Jr. "The Accountable Net: Peer Production of Internet Governance." Berkman Center for Internet & Society Research Publication No 2004-04 (April 2004). http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/home/2004-04>
Drake, Reframing Internet Governance Discourse (Aug 2004)Submitted by sz on Tue, 08/10/2004 - 21:21. WSIS
Drake, William. "Reframing Internet Governance Discourse: Fifteen Baseline Propositions." Memo #2 for the Social Science Research Council's Research Network on IT and Governance (Aug 2004). http://www.ssrc.org/programs/itic/publications/Drake2.pdf>
Accuosto & Johnson, Financing the Information Society in the South: A Global Public Goods Perspective (June 2004)Submitted by sz on Fri, 07/23/2004 - 13:48. WSIS
Financing the Information Society in the South: A Global Public Goods Perspective by Pablo Accuosto and Niki Johnson. Prepared for the Association for Progressive Comunications (APC) by the Instituto del Tercer Mundo, Montevideo, Uruguay (June 2004).
Toner, Unzipping the World Summit on the Information Society (2003)Submitted by sz on Tue, 07/20/2004 - 14:31. WSIS
The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) has already attracted the attention of the critical media community. Here, Alan Toner of Autonomedia and New York’s Information Law Institute examines what’s at stake at the Summit and how its agenda reflects changes in the post-industrial location of power, describing some working strategies for intervention in the WSIS process from ‘independent’ and contestatory communications groups formed outside last year’s European Social Forum.