Talk:A Secure and Non-Fragmented Cyberspace: Rule of Law in a Cross-Border Environment

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This is the discussion site for the session A Secure and Non-Fragmented Cyberspace: Rule of Law in a Cross-Border Environment

Discussion on the 15th May Next call within the next 2 weeks (as of today 15th May) Participants, 15th of May:

  • Oliver Sueme
  • Bertrand de la Chapelle
  • Lorena Jaume-Palasí
  • Tanya Tropina
  • Hans Peter Dittler
  • Paul Fehlinger

1. Summary of the last discussion 2. Discussion on the title 3. Proposals encompassed in the workshop Proposal numbers: 1, 16, 20, 27, 28, 50, 56, 71, 75, 88 List of proposals with detailled description: http://eurodig.org/eurodig-uploads/2014/EuroDIG2014_Compilation_Proposals_20140116.pdf

  • 1 The Future of Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism: How software vulnerabilities become tools for crime
  • 16 International institutional frameworks related to cybersecurity
  • 20 We need transparent cyber security for humanity
  • 27 Human rights
  • 28 How to maintain the universality and openness of the Internet? Can different legal norms coexist In Cyberspace or will the Internet fragment?
  • 50 IG - The end of the MSH approach? Cybersecurity - the end of multi-stakeholder environment? Where are the borders of multi-stakeholder?
  • 56 The Rule of Law as a subject of Multi-stakeholderism and Internet Governance -- Role of the Internet Intermediaries in the focus of Law Enforcement and Surveillance
  • 71 Setting out the principles of the rule of law for Internet governance -- What are the rule of law principles in Internet governance? What are the mechanisms by which the rule of law can be protected?
  • 75 The multi-stakeholder dimensions and added value in the fight against cybercrime
  • 88 Freedom on the Internet -- Regulation of the Internet, Privacy of data on the Internet. The conflict between regulation and freedom.

important keywords in this list: universality of Internet and non-fragmentation, Rule of Law, institutional frameworks (including multi-stakeholderism), Intermediaries (including but also beyond ISPs), cross-border, Cybersecurity and cybercrime, human rights, The program indicates:

  • Cyber security – end of the MS- model?
  • Intermediaries as deputies for law enforcement?
  • Rule of law as ultimate principle in the PI

Official title Title: A Secure and Non-Fragments Cyberspace: Rule of Law in a Cross-Border Environment Subtitle:

Multi-stakeholder approach to cybersecurity: the role of intermediaries and law enforcement

Focus: - Handling cybersecurity in a multi-stakeholder manner - Intermediaries and law enforcement - Rule of law and other frameworks Moderators

  • Remote moderator: Farzaneh Badii
  • Session moderator (on-site): Oliver Süme

Rapporteur: Tatiana Tropina

Panelists:

  • not more than 4 people
  • representative for intermediaries (UK, President of ISPA UK): Nick Landsman
  • Peter Frank-Cybersecurity (CCC) or Sandro Gaycken (FU Berlin)
  • Update: a speaker from CoE, but not Alexander Seger (Jan Kleijssen is suggested by CoE OR someone with cybercrime background).
  • Sophie in't Veld (EU Parliament) or Marietje Schaake (EU)
  • Richard Leaning (Europol)
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Past discussion April 2014 Title of the session should be changed since it is not accurate in terms of the rule of law Title Proposals

  • Cybersecurity: Rule of Law in Cross-Border Environment
  • Securing Cyberspace: Rule of Law in Cross-Border Environment
  • Subtitle Intermediaries in the focus of law enforcement
  • A secure and non-fragmented cyberspace: Rule of Law and other frameworks in cross-border environment

TITLE: A Secure and Non-Fragments Cyberspace: Rule of Law in Cross-Border Environment Subtitle: Multi-stakeholder approach to cybersecurity: the role of intermediaries and law enforcement - Handling cybersecurity in a multi-stakeholder manner - Intermediaries and law enforcement - Rule of law and other frameworks

Focus

  • on cybersecurity and cybercrime
  • Human Rights
  • The role of the ISPs
  • IETF Standardization
  • Man in the middle problem
  • Law collision

Moderators

  • remote: Farzaneh Badii
  • Session moderator (on-site): Oliver Süme

Rapporteur

  • Tatiana Tropina

Panelists

  • not more than 4 people
  • representative for intermediaries (UK, President of ISPA UK): Nick Landsman
  • Peter Frank-Cybersecurity (CCC) or Sandro Gaycken (FU Berlin)
  • Update: a speaker from CoE, but not Alexander Seger (Jan Kleijssen is suggested by CoE OR someone with cybercrime background).
  • Sophie in't Veld (EU Parliament) or Marietje Schaake (EU)
  • Richard Leaning (Europol)

FYI Sarah Harrison http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/mar/14/britain-journalists-terrorists-edward-snowden-nsa