The internet, in just a few decades, has become a central infrastructure for sharing knowledge and entertainment, connecting and engaging people, expressing opinions and emotions, and conducting business. The more important it became, the more intense the pressures to regulate and amend the essentially winning scheme of openness and neutrality have become. This begs important questions. How should it develop, and where should attention and effort to transform or defend it be directed? Here, ISOC International and the ISOC local chapters need your help, to help shape the agenda for the near future.
The main resource of the Internet Society chapters are people who deeply care about the Internet. This survey is designed to find out what you care about most and what you think the ISOC international, and ISOC's chapters should be addressing over the coming months and years. Please take a moment to answer if and when you think the 21 aspects listed below will become important for you. Your answers will help the chapters guide their activities, and possibly help to build a European shared agenda that will make ISOC’s message and impact more powerful.
Thanks for your time and efforts.
Maja Enes, ISOC Norway
Frank Kresin, ISOC Netherlands
Jasper Schellekens, ISOC Malta