In Seoul, Korea, on 17-18 June, government ministers from more than 40 countries, global business leaders, technical experts and academics are meeting to work out how the Internet can improve the world. They will forge broad principles that can provide an enabling policy environment for the Internet Economy. It is organised by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
They want to know what you think. You can tell the leaders and opinion shapers in Seoul what you think by uploading a video on the FutureInternet channel at YouTube and they will upload responses to your ideas.
The video’s which are most valuable according to the OECD will be show at the conference.
Great idea. But why did they made such a boring announcement? See also the video below from Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist at Google.
I have my thoughts and doubts about this initiave but what do you think? Are we, citizens of the world, capable of making a strong statement and refreshing and creative ideas?