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Dynamic Coalitions

Below is a listing of the Dynamic Coalitions brought to the attention of the IGF Secretariat. All Dynamic Coalitions may request a listing on this page by contacting the IGF Secretariat: igf [at] unog.ch.

 

The StopSpamAlliance

Dynamic Coalition on Privacy

Aims:

The Dynamic Coalition on Privacy will address emerging issues of internet privacy protection such as digital identities, the link between privacy and development, and the importance of privacy and anonymity for freedom of expression. It aims at developing a set of recommendations for the IGF to consider.

Members:

Members are individual representatives and affiliates from more than 60 entities, including national governments, independent data protection authorities, international organizations, civil society organizations, private corporations, and the academic community from the following entities (as of 31 October 2007):

  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
  • Arianous ICT Development Co.
  • Article 19
  • Association for Progressive Communication (APC)
  • Association for Technology and Internet (APTI), Rumania
  • Associazione per la Libertà nella Comunicazione Elettronica Interattiva (ALCEI)
  • Bebo
  • Brazilian Network Information Center
  • Centre de Recherche Informatique et Droit, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix
  • Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) – Peru
  • Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR) - USA
  • Council of Europe (to be confirmed)
  • CPSR Peru
  • Cyberlaw Asia
  • Danish Human Rights Institute
  • Danish Industry
  • Deutsche Vereinigung für Datenschutz (DVD)
  • Digital Rights Ireland
  • Electronic Frontier Finland
  • Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
  • Enterprise Privacy Group
  • European Digital Rights (EDRi)
  • European Internet Coregulation Network (EICN)
  • Foundation for Information Policy Research (FIPR)
  • French Government, Foreign Ministry
  • Galexia
  • Hellenic Data Protection Authority
  • IBM
  • Identity Commons Working Group on Identity Rights Agreements
  • Identity Society UK
  • Imaginons un réseau Internet solidaire (IRIS), France
  • Independent Centre for Privacy Protection in Kiel
  • Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT, K.U.Leuven (ICRI)
  • Internet Service Providers' Association of South Africa
  • Internet Society Luxembourg
  • IP Justice
  • ISOC France
  • Italian Internet Governance Advisory Committee
  • Japan Computer Access for Empowerment (JCAFE)
  • Kuwait Information Technology Society (KITS)
  • London Internet Exchange
  • LSE Information Systems Group
  • Luleå University of Technology
  • Make Your Mark
  • Metamorphosis Foundation
  • Microsoft EMEA
  • Microsoft UK
  • National Information Infrastructure Enterprise Promotion Association Taiwan
  • Net Dialogue of Harvard's Berkman Center and Stanford's Center for Internet and Society
  • Netzwerk Neue Medien (NNM)
  • North American Consumer Project on Electronic Commerce (NACPEC)
  • Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media
  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
  • Polytechnic University of Turin, Internet Media Group
  • Privacy and Identity Management in Europe (PRIME) Project
  • Privacy International
  • Privaterra
  • Rede de Informações para o Terceiro Setor (RITS)
  • SAP
  • SmartSpecies people intelligence
  • Swiss Confederation, BAKOM
  • UK Government, Department of Trade and Industry (expression of interest)
  • University of Bremen, Collaborative Research Center ”Transformations of the State”
  • WISeKey
  • World Bank
  • World Press Freedom Committee
  • WSIS Civil Society Working Group on Privacy and Security
  • WSIS Human Rights Caucus
  • Yale Information Society Project

 

Website:

http://wiki.igf-online.net/wiki/Privacy

Mailing List

http://lists.apc.org/cgi-b

Contact:

Ralf Bendrath, bendrath@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Gus Hosei, i.hosein@lse.ac.uk

Reports:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), 12 February 2007

Members list, 31 October 2007 

Draft issue papers (as of May 2007)

Statement at the IGF consultations, 23 May 2007

Third Progress Report - PR/3, 23 May 2007

Second Progress Report - PR/2 (rev1), 13 February 2007

The IGF Dynamic Coalition on Open Standards (IGF DCOS)

The Dynamic Coalition on Access and Connectivity for Remote, Rural and Dispersed Communities

Dynamic Coalition on the Internet Bill of Rights

Coalition Dynamique pour la Diversité Linguistique

A2K@IGF Dynamic Coalition

Freedom of Expression and Freedom of the Media on the Internet (FOEonline)

Online Collaboration Dynamic Coalition

Gender and Internet Governance (GIG)

Framework of Principles for the Internet

Dynamic Coalition on Child Online Safety

Dynamic Coalition on "Accessibility and Disability"

Dynamic Coalition on Internet and Climate Change

 

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