Solutions: Mapping Consensus Optimization
Is the Internet as we know it today a result of a random sample of accidental successes? Or is it the net effect of bias to some universe of interests? If the former is the case, then the functions of Internet governance are the means to reduce friction inside the current state of affairs, and the law of averages shall continue a normal distribution of Internet successes throughout any given nation or nations. If the latter is the case, then the purpose of Internet governance is to normalize a distribution of benefit emerging from the globalized Internet, stimulating equitable competition and tempering amalgamated control.
The barrier to broad consensus on the equity of a distribution is proportional to the diversity of its constituents, and is...
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