Leszek Jesień The 1996 igc: European Citizenship Reconsidered Motto: Netizen a habitual visitor, resident, inhabitant, citizen, denizen of the Internet. No one person, government or group is in charge of the Internet



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Leszek Jesień

The 1996 IGC: European Citizenship Reconsidered

Motto:

Netizen - A habitual visitor, resident, inhabitant, citizen, denizen of the Internet.

No one person, government or group is in charge of the Internet. Cooperation between people, groups and committees, along with user actions have determined how the Internet is ‘governed’.

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Netizens are Net Citizens who utilize the Net from their home, workplace, school, library, etc. These people are among those who populate the Net, and make it a resource of human beings. These netizens participate to help make the Net both an intellectual and a social resource.

Michael Hauben, „Further Thoughts about Netizens”; hauben@columbia.edu



Contents:


Definitions 3
The challenge of democratic practice 6
The challenge of rights 8
The ‘suspension clause’ 11
Conclusions 13


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