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22-Sep-15 May 2015 1
Multistakeholder Internet
Governance possible solutions
Grigori Saghyan
Internet Governance Council
s...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 2
General terms
 How to implement the provisions of WSIS action
plan for Internet Governance.
22-Sep-15 May 2015 3
IGF – starting point
 Global IGF http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/ is the
outcome of WSIS
 Participan...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 4
ITR, Dubai 2012 - discussion
 The discussion about the role of ITU in the Internet
governance has st...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 5
Internet Governance Council of
Armenia
 The government decision on creation of IGC was
adopted in Au...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 6
IGC members
 Ministry of Transport and Communications
 Police
 National Security Service
 Nationa...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 7
IGC Goals and Objectives
 to create favorable conditions for
 1) our fellow citizens and organizati...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 8
IGC Goals and Objectives
 to suggest
 1) approaches on Armenia's positions that will
be presented a...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 9
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Providing people with Internet access
 1) to develop infrastructure,
 2)...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 10
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Support of DNSSEC distribution
 1) to encourage and motivate the acting ...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 11
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Privacy protection and Identification
 1) to support the technologies al...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 12
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Human Rights Protection in Internet
 1) to ensure the right to freedom o...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 13
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Protection of Intellectual Property
 1) to ensure both national legislat...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 14
IGC Goals and Objectives
 The system of Domain Names
 1) to create favorable conditions for the po...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 15
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Internet Regulation
 1) Internet regulation is appropriate to apply only...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 16
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Open Standards Support
 1) The development of Internet is based on
elabo...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 17
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Child Online Protection
 1) to protect children avoiding the limitation ...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 18
IGC Goals and Objectives
 Network neutrality
 1) All computer ports and internet protocols are
ope...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 19
Organization of works
 IGC organizes its work through monthly sessions, as
well as sessions upon ne...
22-Sep-15 May 2015 20
Questions?
 Grigori Saghyan
 E-mail: gregor@arminco.com
 Tel: +37491419378
 http://igf.am
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Grigori Saghyan - Multistakeholder Internet Governance possible solutions - ArmIGF 2015

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Grigori Saghyan - Multistakeholder Internet Governance possible solutions - ArmIGF 2015

  1. 1. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 1 Multistakeholder Internet Governance possible solutions Grigori Saghyan Internet Governance Council secretary
  2. 2. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 2 General terms  How to implement the provisions of WSIS action plan for Internet Governance.
  3. 3. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 3 IGF – starting point  Global IGF http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/ is the outcome of WSIS  Participants represents government private and public sectors  Main outcome is the generation of common approaches on Internet challenges  Armenian government's representatives do not participate in IG Forums, there is only public sector representatives, reason is that WSIS is not a convention and there is no any formal obligation on participants.
  4. 4. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 4 ITR, Dubai 2012 - discussion  The discussion about the role of ITU in the Internet governance has started on June 24 2012 and initiates discussion in Armenian community.  Internet Society of Armenia has prepared it’s position on ITU submitted proposals, suggests to implement WSIS multi-stakeholder approach in IG and delivers his position to the ministry of transport and communications (MTC) of Armenia  МТС has distributed this proposal among governmental structures, and on November common position on the Internet Governance Principles was approved.  Position was based on multi-stakeholder model of Internet Governance
  5. 5. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 5 Internet Governance Council of Armenia  The government decision on creation of IGC was adopted in August 2014.  The status of IGC is inter-department commission with invited private and public organizations.  Head of the IGC is the deputy minister of MTC  Secretary of IGC is the VP of Internet Society of Armenia  Secretariat of IGC is the Internet Society of Armenia
  6. 6. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 6 IGC members  Ministry of Transport and Communications  Police  National Security Service  National Academy of Sciences  Internet Society NGO  Union of Employers NGO  Ombudsman  Union of Mass Media Agencies NGO  Armenian Chamber of Commerce  Yerevan Press club  Union of IT Companies NGO  National Library of Armenia  “Freedom of Information Center of Armenia” NGO  2 telecom operators  Internet Society NGO (secretariat)
  7. 7. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 7 IGC Goals and Objectives  to create favorable conditions for  1) our fellow citizens and organizations regardless of the type and nature of activities more often, more affordable way to communicate using web services  2) public participation in formation of the global information databases in line with the cultural peculiarities, e.g. to overcome the language barriers  3) forming knowledge-based society, capturing a unique place and role in global current development, worthily representing the Armenian cultural values
  8. 8. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 8 IGC Goals and Objectives  to suggest  1) approaches on Armenia's positions that will be presented at the Global IGF  to support  1) cooperation with Inter-state, International organizations, Regional Associations and other IG related organizations  2) Infrastructure development in Armenia
  9. 9. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 9 IGC Goals and Objectives  Providing people with Internet access  1) to develop infrastructure,  2) to increase the level of computer literacy,  3) to support competition,  4) to open the market for new operators and service providers.
  10. 10. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 10 IGC Goals and Objectives  Support of DNSSEC distribution  1) to encourage and motivate the acting operators and Internet service providers to use DNSSEC in their networks and domain protocol in the Republic of Armenia.  Support of IPv6 Distribution  1) to encourage and motivate the acting operators and Internet service providers in the Republic of Armenia to use IPv6 protocol in their networks and domains.
  11. 11. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 11 IGC Goals and Objectives  Privacy protection and Identification  1) to support the technologies allowing to maintain the protection of privacy along with providing the opportunities of Internet users to be identified according to law requirements.  Innovations  1) to support the implementation of innovations among ISPs and end-users
  12. 12. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 12 IGC Goals and Objectives  Human Rights Protection in Internet  1) to ensure the right to freedom of expression and the right to form unions,  2) to involve the representative of Armenian Ombudsman Office in IGC,  3) to support state-society cooperation.  Security  1) to ensure the security in the framework of Budapest convention, national Law, Government and public cooperation, collaboration with CERT, involvement of the community in this process.
  13. 13. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 13 IGC Goals and Objectives  Protection of Intellectual Property  1) to ensure both national legislation and the best practices of WIPO,  2) to support the users and public initiatives towards protection of intellectual property,  3) to prevent copyright violations  4) to support netiquette development among end-users.
  14. 14. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 14 IGC Goals and Objectives  The system of Domain Names  1) to create favorable conditions for the population of Armenia and Armenian Diaspora, individuals and legal entities from any country to register their domain names in .AM zone,  2) to create favorable conditions for hosting services in RA.  3) to develop model solution for Domain Name Disputable Issues,  4) to support Armenian IDN registration,  5) to develop the Armenian content.
  15. 15. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 15 IGC Goals and Objectives  Internet Regulation  1) Internet regulation is appropriate to apply only when the existence of Armenian Internet sector is in danger with no regulation.  Effective solutions for traffic routing  1) to increase the reliability of traffic routing due to the automatic usage of many alternative routes
  16. 16. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 16 IGC Goals and Objectives  Open Standards Support  1) The development of Internet is based on elaboration and use of open standards allowing all interested parties to join the current operating system.  2) Open standards usage is a priority for Internet development projects, except National Security related cases.
  17. 17. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 17 IGC Goals and Objectives  Child Online Protection  1) to protect children avoiding the limitation for adults involving operators, NGOs, schools, families, community in the process.
  18. 18. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 18 IGC Goals and Objectives  Network neutrality  1) All computer ports and internet protocols are open,  2) Any information source and destination with any content in internet is transparently accessible  3) No filtering, only in case if there is a technical problem in the operator’s network  4) All protocols have same priority
  19. 19. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 19 Organization of works  IGC organizes its work through monthly sessions, as well as sessions upon necessity.  IGC sessions are recorded and published on IGC website.  Extra sessions can also be called by initiation of IGC Chair or by suggestion of 1/3th of members.  Each WG member has one vote. Sessions are chaired by the Chairman of the WG. In case of his/her absence, the Deputy Chairman runs the sessions.  Detailed information is available on http://igf.am
  20. 20. 22-Sep-15 May 2015 20 Questions?  Grigori Saghyan  E-mail: gregor@arminco.com  Tel: +37491419378  http://igf.am

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