APNIC Director General Paul Wilson recently spent five days at the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2014 in Busan – otherwise known as the Plenipot, or PP14 – covering some of the more important and contentious discussions about Internet-related issues.
A reflection on where we stand after more than a year of preparatory events and three weeks of conferencing.
After a substantial amount of work in the Ad Hoc Group on Internet Related Matters, the results were finally passed up through the Working Group of Plenary session and are now destined for their first reading in the Plenary of the Conference tomorrow.
It was a long weekend of work that focused on the Internet-related resolutions.
Monday of the second Plenipotentiary week here in Busan began with a statement from Secretary General Touré about the reduction of Member State contributions to the ITU.
Adam Gosling gives a brief overview of the ITU Plenipotentiary PP-14 that begins today in Busan, Republic of Korea.