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OECD principles for Internet policy making The OECD has adopted a set of policy principles to preserve the fundamentally open and dynamic nature of the Internet while protecting privacy, security, intellectual property and the free flow of information.

It is really important to preserve openness to increase innovation.” – Tim Berners-Lee, Director of the W3C, High Level Meeting on Internet Economy, Jun. 2011

South Korean President Lee at the Ministerial for the Future of the Internet Economy, Jun. 2008

“We support the principles of multi-stakeholder Internet governance developed by the OECD.” – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Dec. 2011

Last updated: June 2012

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