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== Session teaser ==
 
== Session teaser ==
'''Until 1 April 2017.'''
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Internet & Jurisdiction’s Flash Session aims to give insight into the fundamental questions underlying each of Internet & Jurisdiction’s three programs:<br /><br />
 
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[[File:Data-Content-Domains-Programs-Questions-Internet-Jurisdiction klein.jpg]]
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== Keywords ==
 
== Keywords ==
'''Until 1 April 2017.''' They will be used as hash tags for easy searching on the wiki
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Jurisdiction, user data, content removals, DNS, transnational governance
  
 
== Session description ==  
 
== Session description ==  
'''Until 30 April 2017.'''
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Jurisdiction is a topic that is increasingly high on the Internet Governance agenda. However, understanding the multitude of cross-cutting jurisdictional challenges on the internet can be difficult. Join Internet & Jurisdiction for a Flash Session for a brief outline of current jurisdictional dynamics and a better understanding of the fundamental questions underlying each of Internet & Jurisdiction’s three programs.
Always use your own words to describe your session. If you decide to quote the words of an external source, give them the due respect and acknowledgement by specifying the source.
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[http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/work/data-jurisdiction DATA & JURISDICTION] - How can transnational data flows and the protection of privacy be reconciled with lawful access requirements to address crime?
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Criminal investigations increasingly require access to information about users and digital evidence stored by private companies in jurisdictions outside of the requesting country. Existing systems for cross-border user data requests are under stress, and the problem is compounded by the difficulties of determining location and jurisdictional nexus in investigations. What are the necessary safeguards and procedures to establish viable and scalable frameworks?
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[http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/work/content-jurisdiction CONTENT & JURISDICTION] - How can we manage globally-available content in light of the diversity of local laws and norms applicable on the internet?
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Content legal in one country can be illegal in another. Protecting freedom of expression and other human rights when dealing with hate speech, harassment, security threats, incitation to violence, and discrimination on the internet is a major challenge when several jurisdictions are involved. How can current practices be improved in terms of transparency and due process across borders?
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[http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/work/domains-jurisdiction DOMAINS & JURISDICTION] - How can the neutrality of the internet’s technical layer be preserved when national laws are applied to the Domain Name System?
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Cross-border domain suspension requests are increasingly sent to technical operators based on the content or activities of underlying websites. Such measures have global impact by nature and therefore require strong procedural guarantees to ensure proportionality. Common vernacular must also be agreed upon between the technical and policymaking communities to permit fruitful discussions. What are the criteria for abuses that justify domain suspension, and how can the transparency of such requests be increased?
  
 
== Format ==  
 
== Format ==  
'''Until 30 April 2017.''' Please try out new interactive formats. EuroDIG is about dialogue not about statements, presentations and speeches. Workshops should not be organised as a small plenary.
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Flash session
  
 
== Further reading ==  
 
== Further reading ==  
'''Until 30 April 2017.''' Links to relevant websites, declarations, books, documents. Please note we cannot offer web space, so only links to external resources are possible.  
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* [http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/uploads/pdfs/Papers/Data-Jurisdiction-Program-Paper.pdf Data & Jurisdiction Framing Paper]
Example for an external link: [http://www.eurodig.org/ Main page of EuroDIG]
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* [http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/uploads/pdfs/Papers/Content-Jurisdiction-Program-Paper.pdf Content & Jurisdiction Framing Paper]
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* [http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/uploads/pdfs/Papers/Domains-Jurisdiction-Program-Paper.pdf Domains & Jurisdiction Framing Paper]
  
 
== People ==  
 
== People ==  
'''Please provide name and institution for all people you list here.'''
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[http://www.internetjurisdiction.net/about/secretariat/ Internet & Jurisdiction Secretariat]
*'''Focal Point'''
 
Focal Points take over the responsibility and lead of the session organisation. Focal Points are kindly requested to observe [http://www.eurodig.org/get-involved/organising-a-session/#jfmulticontent_c2865-1 EuroDIG's session principles]. Focal Points work in close cooperation with the respective Subject Matter Expert (SME) and the EuroDIG Secretariat.
 
*'''Key Participants (for workshop) or Panellists (for plenary)'''
 
'''Until 15 May 2017.''' Key Participants (workshop) are experts willing to provide their knowledge during a session – not necessarily on stage. Key Participants should contribute to the session planning process and keep statements short and punchy during the session. Panellist (plenary) will be selected and assigned by the org team, ensuring a stakeholder balanced dialogue also considering gender and geographical balance. Panellists should contribute to the session planning process and keep statements short and punchy during the session.
 
Please provide short CV’s of the Key Participants involved in your session at the Wiki or link to another source.
 
*'''Moderator'''
 
'''Until 15 May 2017.'''
 
The moderator is the facilitator of the session at the event. Moderators are responsible for including the audience and encouraging a lively interaction among all session attendants. Please make sure the moderator takes a neutral role and can balance between all speakers.
 
Please provide short CV of the moderator of your session at the Wiki or link to another source.
 
*'''Organising Team (Org Team)'''
 
'''As they sign up''' The Org Team is a group of people shaping the session. Org Teams are open and every interested individual can become a member.
 
*'''Reporter'''
 
'''Until 15 May 2017.''' The Reporter takes notes during the session and formulates 3 (max. 5) bullet points at the end of each session that:
 
*are summarised on a slide and  presented to the audience at the end of each session
 
*relate to the particular session and to European Internet governance policy
 
*are forward looking and propose goals and activities that can be initiated after EuroDIG (recommendations)
 
*are in (rough) consensus with the audience
 
*are to be submitted to the secretariat within 48 hours after the session took place
 
Please provide short CV of the reporter of your session at the Wiki or link to another source and contact the [mailto:office@eurodig.org EuroDIG secretariat] if you need help to find a reporter.
 
 
 
== Current discussion, conference calls, schedules and minutes ==
 
See the [[{{TALKPAGENAME}} | discussion]] tab on the upper left side of this page. Please use this page to publish:
 
*dates for virtual meetings or coordination calls
 
*short summary of calls or email exchange
 
Please be as open and transparent as possible in order to allow others to get involved and contact you. Use the wiki not only as the place to publish results but also to summarize the discussion process.
 
  
== Messages == 
 
Please provide a short summary from the outcome of your session. Bullet points are fine.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:01, 4 December 2020

6 June 2017 | 14:30 - 15:00 | Room Tornimäe I, Swissotel, Tallinn, Estonia
Programme overview 2017

Session teaser

Internet & Jurisdiction’s Flash Session aims to give insight into the fundamental questions underlying each of Internet & Jurisdiction’s three programs:

Data-Content-Domains-Programs-Questions-Internet-Jurisdiction klein.jpg

Keywords

Jurisdiction, user data, content removals, DNS, transnational governance

Session description

Jurisdiction is a topic that is increasingly high on the Internet Governance agenda. However, understanding the multitude of cross-cutting jurisdictional challenges on the internet can be difficult. Join Internet & Jurisdiction for a Flash Session for a brief outline of current jurisdictional dynamics and a better understanding of the fundamental questions underlying each of Internet & Jurisdiction’s three programs.

DATA & JURISDICTION - How can transnational data flows and the protection of privacy be reconciled with lawful access requirements to address crime? Criminal investigations increasingly require access to information about users and digital evidence stored by private companies in jurisdictions outside of the requesting country. Existing systems for cross-border user data requests are under stress, and the problem is compounded by the difficulties of determining location and jurisdictional nexus in investigations. What are the necessary safeguards and procedures to establish viable and scalable frameworks?

CONTENT & JURISDICTION - How can we manage globally-available content in light of the diversity of local laws and norms applicable on the internet? Content legal in one country can be illegal in another. Protecting freedom of expression and other human rights when dealing with hate speech, harassment, security threats, incitation to violence, and discrimination on the internet is a major challenge when several jurisdictions are involved. How can current practices be improved in terms of transparency and due process across borders?

DOMAINS & JURISDICTION - How can the neutrality of the internet’s technical layer be preserved when national laws are applied to the Domain Name System? Cross-border domain suspension requests are increasingly sent to technical operators based on the content or activities of underlying websites. Such measures have global impact by nature and therefore require strong procedural guarantees to ensure proportionality. Common vernacular must also be agreed upon between the technical and policymaking communities to permit fruitful discussions. What are the criteria for abuses that justify domain suspension, and how can the transparency of such requests be increased?

Format

Flash session

Further reading

People

Internet & Jurisdiction Secretariat