Monthly Archives: August 2006

How Could The Internet Be Governed – A Bulgarian Perspective

In the last few years there have been many discussions how the Internet is governed, and how it should be governed. The whole World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) ended talking about this problem. It caused exchange of letters … Continue reading

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Some responses to questions about ICANN

Kieren asked some questions, related to ICANN. Here are my answers. Kieren McCarthey is a British journalist, and is running for the ICANN Board in the 2006 elections. See the exchange we have had on issues relevant to ICANN

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Macedonia forms a new government

Macedonia is forming new government. The new Prime Minister is Nikola Gruevski of the VMRO-DPMNE party. What is interesting is, that several of the ministers are US citizens. These are Vele Samak, working with Microsoft, and Gligor Tashkovich, Executive Vice … Continue reading

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Joi Ito will visit Bulgaria

One of my very good friends, Joichi Ito will visit Bulgaria on Oct. 25-26, to meet the Bulgarian bloggers’ community, the free and open source fans, and Bulgarian politicians. This is a very good news for my country, and we … Continue reading

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UK Daily Mail/Telegraph put pressure on Bulgaria

Several articles in the last few days have brought my attention to a problem I’ve already discussed here – about obtainting Bulgarian citizenship, and how the Macedonians are looking for it. See what the Sunday English press says, and my … Continue reading

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ICANN Board of Directors and my decision to run for it

In the last seven months many people have asked me if I will be running again for the ICANN Board. Many have come to me and have asked me to run. Today, that the term for nominations to the ICANN … Continue reading

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