BIRTHDAY INTERNET SOCIETY !
THINK GLOBALLY AND ACT LOCALLY
- The Internet
is physiologically oriented towards a "perfect
market" by definition "the Internet
is for everyone", as stated once and for all by Vint Cerf .
in the world".
- This chapter
documents local~global debate regarding the Internet from a geopolitical
point of view.
Internet is for everyone" implies a general policy commitment which
is everlasting and opposes each and every exclusion, or even limitation,
of the development of the global interconnection of networks.
each and every "digital divide",
as is popularly coined and originally very much associated with the socioeconomic
- But the
efficacious category is to be extended correctly also to the policies of
technological hibernation in the developed countries, and to a vocation
which has no borders and can be inserted into the system of automatic information
in the form of a distortion of "a delayed political filter ".
a national contribution to the evolution of the Internet can therefore
be measured on both faces of its indiscriminate integral establishment:
local and global.
- The reader
can therefore not be surprised by the main line of thought of a
long-term "foreign policy" of the Italian Internet:
from the coordinations documented in the preceding chapters between local
and international pioneers in order to ensure a transatlantic bridging
as regards the Internetworking model...
- As far
as distinctions in the transfer of know-how oriented in exemplary fashion
to the TEC, according to an early well-chosen definition of Stefano Trumpy,
later absorbed into international ISOC jargon: the "technologically