The OECD's Ministerial meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy has been opened to an Online Public Consultation, providing an opportunity for all stakeholders to comment on the topics and issues to be discussed at event. The public consultation is scheduled to be open until 14 September 2007, and stakeholders and players may share their views and opinions with the OECD through their Online Questionnaire.
"The Ministerial represents an opportunity for high-level stakeholders from government, business, the technical community, and civil society to consider broad social, economic and technical trends shaping the development of the Internet Economy, and to discuss policies that can respond to evolving societal needs. The participation of all players in the dialogue is important to ensure that the Ministerial is able to benefit from a wide range of viewpoints and expertise."
For more information on the public consultation, go here or visit the OECD website.