Internet Governance Forum Opens in Athens

October 31st, 2006 |
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Some 1,500 delegates from across the globe are meeting in Athens, Greece for the inaugural Internet Governance Forum, or IGF. Everything from Icann to cyber-security to phishing attacks will be up for discussion in the week long forum. Amnesty International’s Steve Ballingerl spoke with PodTech’s Clark Boyd about keeping human rights high on the IGF agenda. Reporter’s Notes: You can learn more about Amnesty International’s irrepressible.info campaign here. To follow along with events in Athens this week, you can visit the general IGF website, or the host nation’s website. The Greek site includes webcasts and all sorts of extras.

– Clark Boyd

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