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Rather calling for an “internationalization” of DNS and root server management, we should use a functional approach that first asks what exactly the function of the regime needs to be (ensuring Internet integrity, stability and functionality in a process coherenent with (and outputs consoncant with) the Internet’s core values, including the protection of human rights). How this functional approach can be applied to Internet Governance, is a topic that I’m broaching in my book The Future of Indivdiuals in International Law. Lessons from International Internet Law, which will be published later this year

Rather calling for an “internationalization” of DNS and root server management, we should use a functional approach that first asks what exactly the function of the regime needs to be (ensuring Internet integrity, stability and functionality in a process coherenent with (and outputs consoncant with) the Internet’s core values, including the protection of human rights). How this functional approach can be applied to Internet Governance, is a topic that I’m broaching in my book The Future of Indivdiuals in International Law. Lessons from International Internet Law, which will be published later this year