The second Internet Governance Forum – USA continued the multistakeholder effort to illuminate issues and cultivate constructive discussions about the future of the Internet. It took place July 21, 2010, at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. The one-day event focused on the changing Internet and the way forward. The IGF-USA multistakeholder group was also represented at the global IGF later in the year, in Vilnius, Lithuania Sept. 16, where they shared a recap of key highlights from the national forum.
Click here to read about the IGF-USA recap at the global IGF meeting.
Imagining the Internet sent a documentary journalism team to cover both events, providing written accounts of the major action, recording documentary video that was edited into informative 2-to-10-minute clips, and conducting live blogging on WordPress and live microblogging on Twitter.
Follow these links to access the complete coverage of the IGF-USA events in Washington in 2010:
2020 Scenario discussion – Internet Islands
2020 Scenario discussion – Global Government
2020 Scenario discussion – Users Reign
The 2020 Scenario Outcomes: A Recap and Further Discussion
Workshop: A National Framework for Cybersecurity
Workshop: E-crimes and Malicious Use in the Domain Name System
Workshop: Cloud Computing: Implications for the Future
Best Practices Forum: Child Safety in an Always-Switched-On World
Afternoon Plenary Session: Andrew McLaughlin Keynote
The Final Plenary: Closing Remarks
– TheWordPress blog includes comprehensive details from every session, written by Colin Donohue, Morgan Little and Janna Anderson, documentary journalists of the Imagining the Internet Center
– The real-time Twitter tweets reported by Imagining the Internet documentary journalists are here
– The main site used by the organizers of IGF-USA can be found here