Internet governance debated in Brazil
Internet governance meeting in Brazil draws to an end
Associated Press
2014-04-25 03:01 AM

SAO PAULO (AP) -- An international two-day conference on Internet governance is drawing to a close in Brazil as government officials, academics and technical experts from some 90 countries debate how the Internet should be run.

The final document of the Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance, or NETmundial is expected to be concluded in the late afternoon.

The draft document being debated says participants "identified a set of common principles and important values that may contribute for an inclusive, multistakeholder, effective, legitimate, and evolving Internet governance framework."

The wide range of topics covered in the document includes the right to privacy; freedom of information; and cybersescurity and ways to prevent cyber crime.

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