The OECD has launched a public consultation for the Ministerial Meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy.
There's a preparatory meeting in Ottawa 3rd October, with various options for online participation, and there's an online questionnaire asking for comments in 4 areas :
* Using the Internet to improve future economic performance and social welfare
* Benefiting from convergence
* Fuelling [sic] creativity
* Building confidence
The specific questions are very broad, looking for policy direction in almost everything relating to the Internet. Comments on Copyright, privacy, network neutrality, open access, creative commons, etc would all appear to be relevant.