Provide inputs to UNESCO’s Comprehensive Study on the Internet!
Roundtable discussion with audience to feed into UNESCO’s newly launched study and multistakeholder consultations on Internet-related issues in the four fields of (i) Access to information and knowledge, (ii) Freedom of expression, (iii) Privacy, and (iv) Ethical dimensions of the information society.
UNESCO’s 195 member states have requested this study to inform their options for further action on these four Internet issues. The broadest input possible is needed! More info: www.unesco.org/new/internetstudy
1. Nighat Dad, Digital Rights Foundation
2. Stephen Farrell, Trinity College Dublin
3. Gayathry Venkiteswaran, Executive Director, Southeast Asia Press Alliance
4. Jane Duncan, Rhodes University
5. Yong Hu, Peking University
6. Ronald Deibert, The Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
7. Eduardo Bertoni, CELE- Center for studies on freedom of expression- Palermo University
8. Christopher Painter, US Department of State
Moderator: Guy Berger, Director, UNESCO Division of Freedom of Expression and Media Development
Envisioned panel: Civil Society, Technical community, Academia, Private Sector, Government and others who are interested.
Would you like to participate? Contact Caroline Hammarberg at email@example.com
New hashtag: #netstudy
Address hacking, personal identity theft, and government and corporate misuse of the internet. The internet is a public utility.