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This chapter examines the evolution, structure, and policy preferences of the Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus (IGC) and its impact on the processes of global Internet governance. The IGC was founded in March 2003, early in the WSIS processes. This chapter explores the degree to which the IGC has evolved out of its WSIS origins, and examines its policy preferences and how they are aligned with the Dynamic Coalition structure of the IGF. The chapter also explores how IGF has developed a high level of policy legitimacy, and discusses its close integration with GigaNet, which plays the role of an epistemic community for the IGC. This chapter also looks at the internal struggles of the IGC, some of which have led to defections from key civil society activists into new bodies like the Best Bits Coalition.
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- Palgrave Macmillan US
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