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3.1.1 Introduction to Internet Governance Frameworks
Presents an overarching framework for Internet governance and discusses the difficulties that arise with coordinating regulation across the globe in a rapidly changing cyber-environment.
1 Lawrence B. Solum, Models of Internet Governance, Illinois Public Law Research Paper No. 07-25, U Illinois Law & Economics Research Paper No. LE08-027, September 3, 2008
This article takes a broad view of Internet governance, presenting three central ideas regarding Internet governance and five different models to Internet governance.
2 Robert Knake, Internet Governance in an Age of Cyber Insecurity, Council on Foreign Relations, September 2010
This article examines the technological decisions enabling the Internet’s success and vulnerabilities, then outlines an agenda that the United States can pursue with allies on the international stage
3 Jeremy Ferwerda, Nazli Choucri, and Stuart Madnick, Institutional Foundations for Cyber Security: Current Responses and New Challenges, Working Paper CISL# 2011-05, May 2011
This article examines the institutions responsible for addressing the security of cyberspace and international relations in the cyber-domain. It highlights emerging challenges while evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the current institutional framework.
4 Jack Goldsmith, Cybersecurity Treaties: A Skeptical View, Future Challenges in National Security and Law, February 2011
This article explains why international cooperation is considered central to the cybersecurity problem and examines three major hurdles to a global cybersecurity treaty. It then considers the feasibility of narrower and softer forms of cooperation.
5 Abraham D. Sofaer, David Clark, and Whitfield Diffie, Cyber Security and International Agreements, Proceedings of a Workshop on Deterring Cyberattacks, pp. 179-206, 2010
This piece discusses how the threats to cybersecurity are currently being approached at the private, national, and international level, then demonstrates the potential for increased international cooperation. It also covers how to fashion effective international initiatives and the difficulties in such negotiations.
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