EuroDIG 2014 programme outline and sessions

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Under construction. Consolidated EuroDIG program with links to all relevant sub pages / session pages.

THURSDAY

Time

Title

Format

Focal point / No. of related proposals

Flash session

08:00

Registration

09:30

Welcome

Focal point: Host

10:00

Internet roadmap and tendencies in the global Internet Governance landscape

  • Brazil and other processes
  • Internationalization of ICANN
  • Fragmentation of the Internet etc.


Opening plenary / European high-level debate
Focal point: EuroDIG host and supporting organisations

Proposals no.: 17, 39, 41, 46, 54, 59, 68, 72, 82, 93

11:00

Coffee break

11:30

Digital society at stake – Europe and the future of the Internet

Plenary 1 with subsequent breakout session
Proposals no.: 13, 15, 19, 24, 26, 28, 39, 41, 70, 71, 76

Flash 1 – 2

13:00

Lunch break

14:30

Breakout session and open discourse to follow up from the morning plenary

Parallel workshop 1 - 4

1) When the public sphere became private

  • Public infrastructure and control vs. private usurpation
  • Public sector information and OGD


Focal point: Plamena Popova, University of Library Studies and IT (UniBIT)

Proposals no.: 6, 8, 11, 63, 83, 94

2) Accessibility and social inclusion

  • How to ensure public access to ICT and acces4all?
  • European approaches and projects


Focal point: Ana Neves and Jorge Fernandes, Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) of Portugal

Proposals no.: 23, 53, 55, 58, 60, 61, 91

3) Legal frameworks on Net-Neutrality

  • Current threats or solutions
  • European standards or legislatory approaches on NN


Focal point: Luca Belli, Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality

Proposals no.: 18, 25, 43, 57, 64, 84

4) Cloud and Big Data: Delivering on the Promise while Safeguarding Privacy

  • Big data, new behaviour patterns
  • Promoters and opportunities of new technologies
  • Data protection


Focal point: Jean-Jaques Sahel, Microsoft

Proposals no.: 3, 8, 9,21, 37, 40, 48, 49

16:00

Coffee break

16:30

Digital Activism and Privacy - quick fix or long term involvement?

Plenary 2

Focal point: Nadine Karbach, IJAB e.V. / Youth IGF-D Lorena Jaume-Palasi, Ludwig Maximilians University / IGF-D Youth forum

Flash 3 – 4

17:30

The Internet is broken - Bringing back trust in the Internet

  • Trust, Security, national routing, Surveillance.
  • What can Europe do to regain trust?
  • What could be the role of Internet Governance in this respect?


Plenary 3

Proposals no.: 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 29, 44, 51, 62, 81, 85, 86, 87, 89, 95

Flash 5 – 6

20:00

Social evening - Organized by host

FRIDAY

Time

Title

Format

Focal point / No. of related proposals

Flash session

08:00

Internet 101 2014

Education session

Focal point: Marco Hogewoning, RIPE NCC

09:00

Key note / High level debate

Focal point: Host

9:30

Economy – How ICT can foster growth and development in Europe

  • The role of SME in digital economy
  • How to reduce regulatory barriers?
  • New business models on the Internet


Plenary 4 with subsequent breakout session

Focal point: Linda van Renssen, Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand e.V. (BITMi) Dirk Krischenowski, dotBERLIN GmbH & Co. KG
Proposals no.: 4, 45, 66, 69, 73, 92

Flash 7 – 8

11:00

Coffee break

11:30

Breakout session and open discourse to follow up from plenary 4

Parallel workshop 5 - 8

5) Intelligent Risk management for children and youths in the digital age

  • Positive content and better Internet for kids
  • Converse risk management
  • Media savvy and empowerment


Focal point: Jutta Croll, Stiftung Digitale Chancen

Proposals no.: 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38, 47, 67, 80, 90

6) European copyright for the digital age

  • Restrictions by current CR regimes
  • New licensing models (CC and others)
  • Challenges for GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) to promote open access


Focal point: Matthias Schindler, Wikimedia Germany

Proposals no.: 58, 78, 83, 91, 94, 95

7) Role of IXP in Internet governance

  • Importance of IXP and free peering for an open and free Internet


Focal point: Henning Lesch, eco

Proposals no.: 64, 73

8) Hate speech and its consequences for human rights online

  • New facets of an on-going problem?
  • Prevention, reporting and legal measures
  • Recent studies and findings


Focal point: Bridget O’Loughlin, Council of Europe

Proposals no.: 33, 79 + voting result

13:00

Lunch break

14:30

State Security, Internet Principles, and Human Rights

  • Can self-regulation ensure human rights?
  • Internet as an enabler for citizens’ rights?
  • State security as overshadowing imposition?
  • PACE report


Plenary 5

Focal point:Marianne Franklin, IRP Coalition (IGF) / Goldsmiths University of London

[false ]14, 22, 39, 42, 52, 65, 74,77 + voting result

Flash 9 – 10

16:00

Coffee break

16:30

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

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


Plenary 6

Focal point: Oliver Süme, EuroISPA
1, 16, 20, 27, 28, 50, 56, 71, 75, 88

More Flashes – if needed?

17:30

Wrap-up and closing

Open discourse space

Focal point: Host and EuroDIG Team