IGF 2017 WS #164 Terrorism: freedom v security?

Short Title: 
Terrorism: freedom v security?

Proposer's Name: Ms. Fernández Pérez Maryant
Proposer's Organization: European Digital Rights (EDRi)
Co-Proposer's Name: Mr. Joe McNamee
Co-Proposer's Organization: European Digital Rights (EDRi)
Co-Organizers:
Ms. Maryant FERNANDEZ PEREZ, Civil Society, European Digital Rights (EDRi)
Ms. Estelle MASSÉ, Civil Society, Access Now

Additional Speakers: 

Luca Belli (moderator). Luca Belli, PhD is Senior Researcher at the Center for Technology and Society (CTS) of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) Law School, Rio de Janeiro, where he heads the Internet Governance @ FGV project. Luca is also associated researcher at the Centre de Droit Public Comparé of Paris 2 University. Before joining CTS, Luca worked as an agent for the Council of Europe Internet Governance Unit, as a consultant for the Internet Society and served as a Network Neutrality Expert for the Council of Europe. 

 

Amongst other publications, Luca has recently authored De la gouvernance à la régulation de l’Internet, edited by Berger-Levrault, Paris, he has co-authored the Net Neutrality Compendium, edited by Springer, and six reports and other official outcomes of UN Internet Governance Forum, amongst which Community connectivity: building the Internet from scratch. Luca’s works have been i.a. published by Springer, Routledge and the Council of Europe, quoted by the Report on Freedom of expression and the Internet of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Organization of American States and used by the Council of Europe to elaborate the Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers on Network Neutrality.

 

Luca’s analyses have been published by a variety of media outlets, including Le Monde, The Hill, O Globo and La Stampa. Luca is the co-chair of the IGF Dynamic Coalitions (DCs) on Community Connectivity, on Platform Responsibility and on Network Neutrality. Lastly, he is co-editor of Medialaws.eu and of the Law, State and Telecommunications Review as well as former Board member of the Alliance for Affordable Internet.

 

Jamila Venturini. Jamila Venturini is a Brazilian journalist and researcher with experience in Internet governance and human rights. She has done research on privacy and data protection – having analyzed the legal frameworks of Brazil and Costa Rica - and participated in the project Terms of Service & Human Rights as a researcher, having published articles on the topic and co-authored the book "Terms of Service and Human Rights: an Analysis of Online Platforms Contracts". In 2014, Jamila coordinated a national research on Open Educational Resources and since then she is an expert consultant for the annual research on ICT and Education developed by CETIC.br.  In 2016, she was a Google Policy Fellow working with Access Now in Costa Rica and now she is a member of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) Advisory Team. Jamila holds a degree in Social Communications from the University of São Paulo and is a master candidate at Flacso Argentina.

 

Niels Lestrade is Lead Internet Referral Unit (NL IRU) at the National Police Intelligence Division of the Dutch Police. He also served as Seconded National Expert at Europol’s Internet Referral Unit in the European Counter Terrorism Centre (ECTC). Niels is dedicated to cyberspace and propaganda and has gained wide experience in terrorism investigation and intelligence strategy development. He graduated with a Master of Criminal Investigation at the Dutch Police Academy (May 2015), an LLM degree in International & European Law (October 2009), a LLB degree in Law (December 2008) and a LLB degree in French Language and Culture (March 2005) at the University of Amsterdam.

 

Anne Charbord, Senior Legal Adviser to the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights while countering terrorism, UN (tbc)

Agenda: 

The workshop is scheduled to last 60 min. Therefore, speakers will talk for no longer than 40 min.

The workshop will be introduced by the moderador, who will briefly present the speakers and the complex issue of terrorism.

Each speaker will have between 5 to 7 minutes to make their case. The moderator will interlink all the sessions, asking interesting questions and making sure the discussion flows. Finally, the moderador will open the possibility to ask questions both onsite and remotely. The last 3-5 min will be dedicated to conclude the session and establish next steps.