29/05/2008 - How can the Internet make the world a better place?” This is the question OECD is asking the public on YouTube, the leading online video community, at www.youtube.com/futureinternet.
YouTube users can share their opinion with the leaders and opinion shapers attending the OECD Ministerial meeting on the “Future of the Internet” in Seoul, Korea on 17-18 June 2008.
“You tell the leaders and opinion shapers in Seoul what you think and they will upload responses to your ideas. Join in. Take part in making a difference,” said OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría.
The best videos uploaded to www.youtube.com/futureinternet will be shown to ministers and VIPs at the event. They will be invited to react and their answers will be uploaded on YouTube during the meeting.
In Seoul, all participants, including government ministers from more than 40 countries and hundreds of global leaders from international government organisations, business, the Internet's technical community and civil society, will be encouraged to submit their own answers at a dedicated YouTube booth on site.
For full details of how to participate, see www.youtube.com/futureinternet
For further information, journalists are invited to contact Spencer Wilson, OECD Media Division, (mailto:spencer.wilson @ oecd.org or tel. + 33 1 45 24 81 18) or YouTube Korea PR Agency (mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. + 82-2-2106-7113).