What is it some nations think they need to control about the Internet? Why do we need Internet governance by governments?
The answer emerges only by considering the breadth and scope of policylevel issues, identified by the WGIG and subsequently adopted by the PrepCom3 delegates.
The policies identified in general represent the competing agendas of various governments and regions.
* Sovereign rights of nations: To control Internet assets (including root zone servers) and countrylevel domain names, to establish and control public policies, to establish and enforce laws, and to promote indigenous culture for example through the use of native language