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Re: State Dept web page on international information policy issues(fwd)

Was es nicht alles gibt:

> The US Department of State's program on International Communications 
> and Information Policy has a web page here:
>    http://www.state.gov/www/issues/economic/cip/whatwedo.html
> If you check out the membership of the Advisory Committee on
> International Communications and Information Policy, here:
>    http://www.state.gov/www/issues/economic/cip/acicip_members.html
> You will find zero consumer representatives.

Actually, Deborah Hurley (Harvard) is active with the Global Internet
Liberty Campaign (http://www.gilc.org/).  I guess the questions 
should be:

What can she do to include more consumer advocates on the advisory
committee?  and

How can she and/or others keep consumer representatives informed about
policy activities?

Lawrence Hecht
1530 16th St. NW, Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036

The Internet Public Policy Network (IPPN) connects organizations to
experts on issues such as telecommunications, e-commerce, and technology
in communities.  IPPN utilizes a directory of these experts to operate a
speakers bureau and a research/writing service. 


Na sowas....