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November 28, 2012

Is the Internet broken? The answer to this question may have major implications for economies, communications and politics both at a global and state level. Mark Raymond, a Research Fellow in Global Security at CIGI, visits Inside the Issues this week for a fascinating discussion on Internet governance. Offering a breakdown of the major issues involved, three "baskets" of Internet governance are discussed: intellectual property, civil liabilities/privacy, and Internet security. Raymond notes that it's important for Canada to think about what kind of Internet we want to see — potentially improving on the multi-stakeholder model — in preparation for some of the major international meetings on the horizon that could have a major impact on the structure of the Internet as we know it.

For more, see the Organized Chaos: Reimagining the Internet project.

Series: Inside the Issues, Season Three

Back for a third season, join host and CIGI Chair of Global Security David Welch for this popular, weekly podcast as he meets with global governance experts for timely discussions on issues related to the core areas of CIGI expertise: Global Economy, Global Security & Politics and International Law.