42 N.C. J. Int'l L. 883 (2016-2017)
iGovernance: The Future of Multi-Stakeholder Internet Governance in the Wake of the Apple Encryption Saga

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     iGovernance: The Future of Multi-Stakeholder
     Internet   Governance in the Wake of the Apple
                       Encryption Saga

                  Scott J. Shackelford JD, Ph.D
                          Eric Richards, JDtt
                       Anjanette Raymond,  JDttt
                         Jaclyn Kerr, Ph.Dtttt
                         Andreas   Kuehnttttt


I.    Introduction         ...........................    .....884
      A. A  (Very) Brief History of Multi-Stakeholder  Internet
           Governance       .............................886
           1. Introducing the Three Eras of Internet
              Governance            .....................   ......887
           2. Recent Developments     ...............      .....890
II.   The  Apple  Encryption Debate     ...............     ....893
      A. The  Battle Lines: The Government's   Position .............895
      B. Apple's  Position     ..............................897
      C. Outcome          ..........................        ......900
      D. Continuing  the Debate: The  Brooklyn  Decision  ..........901
III.  Comparative   Perspectives on Internet Governance...........903
      A. Comparative   Approaches  to Encryption  Regulation ....903
           1. European Union        ...............................904
           2. India .............   ...................906
           3. Russia .    ...............................910


t Associate Professor, Indiana University; Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Director, Ostrom Workshop Program

tt Eric Richards JD, Professor of Business Law, Indiana University.
ttt Anjanette Raymond JD, Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics, Indiana
University; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, Maurer School of Law, Indiana
University; Visiting Fellow in International Commercial Law, Centre for Commercial
Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London.
tttt Jaclyn Kerr, Ph.D, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Center for Global Security
Research (CGSR) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
ttttt Andreas Kuehn, Cybersecurity Predoctoral Fellow, Stanford University.

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