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The ITU’s governance structure involves a one-nation, one-vote approach, so some concern centered around the possibly outsized role that countries with repressive online policies would have on Internet freedom. Other apprehension concerned more speciﬁc proposals that might add a layer of government regulation and oversight to particular aspects of Internet architecture. ”2 This global power struggle and associated rhetoric actually embodies decades-long international tensions about who should control the 33 34 co n t ro l l i n g i n te r n e t r e s o ur c e s Internet.
Internet Governance—Good and Bad Governance is the exercise of power to enact a certain set of public interest goals. Judging this power through the lens of history is all the reminder one needs that governance is not always a positive social force. In the global context, retrospectively and presently, some arrangements of governance have been mechanisms for oppression, corruption, and 2 4 t h e in t e r n e t go v e r n a n c e o xy m o r o n exploitation. So it is with Internet governance. Many coordinating eﬀorts have produced the overall salutary network eﬀects of interoperability, economic competition and innovation, relative security, and freedom of expression.
It also requires a more expansive lens of inquiry than that oﬀered by ﬁelds such as political science, which primarily addresses national jurisdictional issues or international treaties, or economics, which can focus on markets and institutions but miss the role of technology and the cultural and political context in which contemporary Internet policy controversies arise. The Internet’s architecture and governance cannot be adequately studied sui generis or through limited lenses of national legal jurisprudence or institutional economics.