The Internet is not controlled by a single person or body in the way that a corporation or a state might be. Instead, different functions are carried out by different bodies, in a way which is still evolving. This category pulls together articles on the organization of the Internet and on the bodies and groups which have a role in its development and operation.
The use of the word "governance" here probably implies more power than actually exists in these bodies, as they essentially represent just a collection of standards for sharing traffic between networks.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "Internet governance"
The following 55 pages are in this category, out of 55 total.
- GeoTLD (computing)
- ZADNA (computing)
- Q-CERT (computing)
- Unsponsored top-level domain (computing)
- Who Controls the Internet? (computing)
- World Information Society Day (organization)
- World Internet Conference (computing)
- World Summit on the Information Society (organization)
- World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (organization)
- ZA Central Registry (company)