Internet roadmap and tendencies in the global Internet Governance landscape

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Session title

Internet roadmap and tendencies in the global Internet Governance landscape

Session description

The Internet governance roadmap, which was adopted recently in Sao Paulo by the global multistakeholder meeting on the future of the Internet governance ecosystem (NETmundial) includes a lot of controversial issues — from net neutrality to mass surveillance — and it is unclear how this will be translated into reality. However, the Internet governance principles, also adopted by NETmundial, were less controversial, but will have probably a sustainable and deep effect for the future of the Internet.

Key questions:

  • Was NETmundial a next milestone for Internet governance?
  • IANA transition
  • What should be Europe’s particular role or responsibility in IG?
  • Any lessons learned from Snowden and conclusions drawn?
  • Net-Neutrality as corner stone or stumbling block?
  • Do we need a magna carta for the digital age as a next level of principles?

People

Format of this working group at EuroDIG

Plenary. Opening

Further reading

NETmundial Adopts Principles on INternet GOvernance

Live stream / remote participation

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Live transcript

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Final report from working group

PDF (approx. 2 weeks after event)

Pictures from working group

Session twitter hashtag

Hashtag: #eurodig_opening