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<news date="2005-02-11">
<title>UN WGIG: Commented Papers Available</title>
On 1st February 2005, the United Nations Working Group on
Internet Governance (WGIG) published a set of 20 issue papers
concerning "Internet Governance." Together with its associate
organisation La Fundación Vía Libre, the Free Software
Foundation Europe managed to comment on the paper on "Cyber
security, cybercrime", which, among other things, asked to
outlaw the art of finding elegant solutions to non-obvious
problems ("hacking") and the paper on "Intellectual Property
Rights", which for instance asked to "balance human rights
with the interests of rights-holders."