PL 02 2019

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Consolidated programme 2019 overview

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Working title: Intersection of standards and policy

Proposals assigned to this session: ID 123, 132, 140, 150, 168, 172, 175, 198 – list of all proposals as pdf

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Session teaser

What are the experiences from the technical bodies interaction with public policy demands? How to find an effective technical policy through standards? Is there any potential role of regulation in the deployment of core internet innovation? How might the privacy and security be influenced by evolution in technical standards? How to set up the functioning of technical standards to decrease concerns related to privacy, security and encryption?

> Please be reminded that this is still a draft in the process of finalizing. <

Session description

There is a wide need for continuous dialogue related to policy and technical standards. They are heightened general discussions from different constituencies about the regulation of the internet concerning also political and technical approaches. It seems the understanding of technology evolution is not sufficient as well as the comprehension meaning of privacy and security generally in the digital age. The discussion will provide space for enlarging debate on different topics, for instance, technical standards and deployments fostering DNS over HTTPS/DoH, TLS-connections and the role of regulation or self-regulation of DNSSEC, IPv6, RPKI and UA/IDNs.

> Please be reminded that this is still a draft in the process of finalizing. <


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> Please be reminded that this is still a draft in the process of finalizing. <

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Focal Point

  • Andrea Beccalli, ICANN

Organising Team (Org Team) List them here as they sign up.

  • Peter Koch, DENIC
  • Wout de Natris, De Natris Consult
  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell
  • Zaneta Vinopalova, ICANN
  • Adam Peake, ICANN

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