"The Internet is an additional — and in some regions the only — source for media pluralism. Internet governance is not only about technical standards or the Domain Name System. It also has commercial, cultural and social implications, concerning issues like the free flow of information, the fight against intolerance, and freedom of the online media.
"Involving all of society's actors is a difficult task and there is no ready-made approach suiting all OSCE countries. These case studies highlight good practices, but also show where there is room for improvement." —OSCE Freedom of the Media Representative Miklós Haraszti, launching a new report studying Internet governance across the OSCE