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OECD Council Recommendation on Principles for Internet Policy Making

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OECD Council Recommendation on Principles for Internet Policy Making (Dec. 13, 2011) (full-text).

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This documents recommends that, in developing or revising their policies for the Internet Economy, Members, in co-operation with all stakeholders, take account of the following high level principles:

  1. Promote and protect the global free flow of information;
  2. Promote the open, distributed and interconnected nature of the Internet;
  3. Promote investment and competition in high speed networks and services;
  4. Promote and enable the cross-border delivery of services;
  5. Encourage multi-stakeholder co-operation in policy development processes;
  6. Foster voluntarily developed codes of conduct;
  7. Develop capacities to bring publicly available, reliable data into the policy-making process;
  8. Ensure transparency, fair process, and accountability;
  9. Strengthen consistency and effectiveness in privacy protection at a global level;
  10. Maximise individual empowerment;
  11. Promote creativity and innovation;
  12. Limit Internet intermediary liability;
  13. Encourage co-operation to promote Internet security;
  14. Give appropriate priority to enforcement efforts.

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