I've had a query about "trustworthy" articles to read.
Having worked with professional journalists and having been one myself, I know that most of them do try to get the facts right.
One of the better articles is by the BBC at : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6087174.stm. Even here, there is a slight error where it says: “The IGF was borne out of the World Summit on the Information Society meetings, the last of which was held in Tunis.” World summits, like the highest peaks of mountains, can only be one. In fact, that there are two summits—one in Geneva and one in Tunis—indicates that there is more than meets the eye in WSIS.
Another fine piece is http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/02/igf_meeting_ends/.
Ang Peng Hwa