We are coming to the end of a very busy 2014 and the beginning of 2015, which promises to be even more eventful. To add your own input to the analyses of the year, please take a moment to vote on the most important Internet governance event, issue, and personality of 2014.
 
Current standings with 116 responses
 
Most important event of 2014: NETmundial (67%, followed by the 2014 IGF with 21%)
Most important issue of 2014: IANA transition (35%, followed by surveillance with 26%)
Most prominent personality of 2014 (with 91 responses to this question, several noting prominent, but not necessarily in a good way or the like):
Name Votes
Fadi Chehade  28.5
Edward Snowden 14
Demi Getschko 8
Dilma Roussef 8
Avri Dori 3
Jovan Kurbalija 4
All stakeholders 2
Sally Wentworth 2
Larry Strickling 2
Virgilio Almeida 2.5
Barrak Obama 1
Byron Holland 1
Hamadoun Toure 1
Ian Peter 1
Janis Karklins 2
Jari Arkko 2
Madeleine Scherb 1
Matthew Prince 1
Milton Mueller 1
Rafik Dammak 1
Thomas Schneider 1
Thomas Wheeler 1
USA NSA 1
William Drake 1
Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein 1
 
At this time of reflection, we have also prepared a visual 2014 Timeline of Internet Governance.  
 
We wish you a smooth passage to the New Year and peace and prosperity in 2015.

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Members of the Steering Committee are FDFA, OFCOM and the Canton of Geneva

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