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  1. TRUST
    IGF 2020 Lessons learned from the Pandemic: child rights and safety
    4 Nov 07:00 to 08:30 UTC
    Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, evidence on pattern of online offending, risks to children online, and on prevalence of different forms of online harm was already available however the circumstances created by this crisis seem to have exacerbated the vulnerability of children. The panel will analyze the takeaways of the crisis, how they are related to internet governance and also determine a way forward in relation to the online safety of children for future crisis management.

     

    • Baroness Beeban Kidron, Founder and Chair of 5Rights Foundation
    • Professor Amanda Third (PhD), University of  Western Sydney, Australia
    • Ms. Nina Pirk, representative of Nummer Gegen Kummer (German Kids and Youth Helpline).
    • Mr. Cathal Delaney, Head of Team, Analysis Project Twins, EC3, EUROPOL


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    IGF 2020 OF #13 Trust Building in Cyberspace on Public Health Emergencies
    4 Nov 09:20 to 10:20 UTC
    Corresponding to the thematic track of "Trust" of IGF 2020, this Open Forum, under the theme of Trust Building in Cyberspace on Public Health Emergencies, invites representatives of governments, international organizations, enterprises, technical communities, and think tanks across the world to discuss the trust building in cyberspace against the backdrop of international public health emergencies.

    1. Address

    Ms. Qi Xiaoxia, Director General, Bureau of International Cooperation, Cyberspace Administration of China

    Prof. Werner Zorn, Father of the German Internet, Inductee of the Internet Hall of Fame

    2. Keynote Speech

    Session 1: The Impact of International Public Health Emergencies Represented by the COVID-19 on Global Cyberspace Governance and Trust Relationships

    Mr. Paul Wilson, Director General, Asia Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC)

    Prof. Zhou Xiaohua, Fellow of the American Statistical Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Peking University Chair Professor

    Prof. David Robertson, Vice Principal and Head of College of Science and Engineering, University of Edinburgh

    Prof. Dr. Dr. Ayad Al-Ani, Associated Member, Einstein Center Digital Future

    Session 2: The Role of Internet Technology Innovation in Responding to International Public Health Emergencies

    Prof. Kilnam Chon, Father of the Korean Internet, Inductee of the Internet Hall of Fame

    Ms. Li Qian, Executive Expert of Legal and Policy Research Department, Alibaba Group

    Mr. Koh King Kee, President of Centre for New Inclusive Asia

    Session 3: Methods and Paths for Building Trust Mechanism in Cyberspace against the Backdrop of International Public Health Emergencies

    Dr. Jiang Yang, Director of the Institute of International Governance, Chinese Academy of Cyberspace Studies

    Prof. Luca Belli, Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV)

    3. Discussion 

    Mr. Karim Alwadi, Research Fellow, Renmin University of China

    Mr. Oleg Abdurashitov, Head of CEO Office, Kaspersky

     



  3. TRUST
    IGF 2020 Internet in Crisis Management and Renewal
    4 Nov 10:30 to 12:00 UTC
    Internet is the lifeline of all communications during the pandemic, keeping the world connected. Is there any stress on Core Internet Values during the crisis? Would there be a greater realization on the significance of these values post-crisis?


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    IGF 2020 NRIs Collaborative Session: Cybersecurity local policies and standards
    4 Nov 12:20 to 13:20 UTC
    Please follow this guide on how to connect to the platform https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/index.php?q=filedepot_download/10603/2318


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    IGF 2020 Public Collaboration On Multi-Stakeholder Health Data Values
    4 Nov 16:00 to 17:30 UTC
    The session will include presentations on Block-Chain and Machine Learning for the Health Care sector; insights in to eHealth, and an open discussion on eHealth matters for the future.

     Ms Amali De Silva-Mitchell ; Mr Robert Guerra ; Mr Jorn Erbguth; Dr Galia Kondova; Dr Pramilla Senanayake; Mrs Lakmini Shah; Dr Katerina Sideri; Dr Bimalka Seneviratne; Mr Herman Ramos; Mr Yao Amevi Amessinou Sossou: Dr Champike Attanayake;  Mrs Janna Belote; Ms Marina Shentsova;



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    IGF 2020 OF #20 Attention economy and free expression?
    5 Nov 07:30 to 08:30 UTC
    Freedom of expression is increasingly shaped by technologies that rank speech for profit and alter the business model of news outlets away from reader trust and towards “clicks”. Based on the Committee of Ministers Declaration on the manipulative capabilities of algorithmic processes, the session will discuss how to protect freedom of expression and media freedom in the “attention economy”, where the dominant business models reward engagement and noise over deliberation and facts.

    Moderator: Patrick Penninckx, Head of Information Society Department, Council of Europe

    Speakers:

    • Amy Brouillette, Research Director, Ranking Digital Rights (RDR)

    • Joe McNamee, Independent Consultant, Council of Europe Expert Committee on Freedom of Expression and Digital Technologies

    • Prof. Dr. Alexandra Borchardt, Media Adviser and Journalist, Journalism Professor, Universität der Künste, Berlin/ Head of Digital Journalism Fellowship, Hamburg Media School

    • Aurélien Maehl, Senior Public Policy Manager, Europe, DuckDuckGo



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    IGF 2020 OF #23 EU Delegation to the IGF & the Youth IGF
    5 Nov 09:50 to 10:50 UTC
    High Level UN IGF Open Forum Social media: @globalyouthigf The format of the Open Forum is intended to be a debate between the Youth IGF leaders and executives of the Information Society.  The discussion between the leaders and the young representatives is proposed to be focused this year on the engagement of the Youth IGF leaders during the COVID crisis and the role of the youth activism in digital in the scope of resolution of crisis situations.

    Opening message - Fabrizio HOCHSCHILD, UN UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL

    Dr. Sidi OULD SALEM, Minister of ICT and porte-parole of the government, Mauritania

    Ministre de l’enseignement supérieur, de la recherche scientifique et des technologies de l’information et de la communication Porte-parole du Gouvernement, République de Mauritanie

    ✓Bocar A.BA, CEO & Board Member, SAMENA, Telecommunications Council, UAE

    Ambassador Marina KALJURAND, MEP, Former Estonian Foreign Minister, Former Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, EU 

    Casper KLYNGE, Vice President of Microsoft, Former Diplomat, EU

    ✓Prof. Dr. Rolf WEBER, Professor of international business law, Zurich University

    Co-director of the Research Program on Financial Market Regulation, the Center for Information Technology, Society, and Law and the Blockchain Center

    Youth IGF Leaders: Bulgaria, Indonesia, Kenya, Philippines

    MODERATOR: Yuliya MORENETS, Youth IGF, Founder 



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    IGF 2020 OF #18 Safety by Design - implementation and impact
    5 Nov 10:20 to 11:20 UTC

    Julie Inman Grant - eSafety Commissioner

    Industry representatives - Dieter Carstensen, Director, Head of Digital Child Safety, at LEGO and Stephen Collins, Senior Director, Public Policy International, at Snap Inc

    Tertiary sector - Professor Amanda Third is Professorial Research Fellow in Digital Social and Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society and Co-Director of the Young and Resilient Research Centre at Western Sydney University whom eSafety has consulted as part of its SbD initiative and whom it has been working alongside in its international engagements.

    Youth representative - a pre-recorded video representing youth perspectives and illustration of eSafety's SbD Youth Vision Statement (provided in full in the background paper attached).



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    IGF 2020 OF #24 Online Safety Technology: Towards a Global Market?
    5 Nov 12:30 to 13:30 UTC
    This session will: showcase work to define, consolidate and grow the Safety Tech market; explore the extent to which the challenges and opportunities we have identified in the UK reflect those of other countries; and, discuss how international collaboration may help to develop and grow the global market.

    Chair

    • Kevin Cunnington, Digital Envoy for the UK 

    Panellists

    • Professor Mary Aiken, CyberPsychologist and INTERPOL advisor (Ireland)

    • Professor Simon Saunders, Director of Emerging and Online Technology, Ofcom (UK)

    • Ian Stevenson, Chair of UK Online Safety Tech Industry Association (UK)

    • Roni Gur, VP Marketing, L1ght (US and Israel)

    • Deepak Tewari, CEO, Private.ly (Switzerland)



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    IGF 2020 OF #25 Freedom Online Coalition Open Forum
    5 Nov 13:50 to 14:50 UTC
    This panel discussion will explore the challenges and opportunities faced by Freedom Online Coalition (FOC) Members in promoting human rights-based approaches to managing the growing malign threat of online disinformation.
    • Rauno Merisaari, Ambassador for Human Rights and Democracy, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland
    • Campbell Davis, Head of Digital Policy, Cyber Policy Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, United Kingdom
    • Akua Gyekye, Regional Lead for Strategic Response, Middle East and Africa, Facebook


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    IGF 2020 Platform Regulations: Towards A Common Vocabulary
    5 Nov 16:20 to 17:50 UTC
    This session will discuss the most relevant and contentious platforms governance issues such as AI, content moderation, effective remedies that need a convergent approach to be addressed effectively. It will present the first consolidated draft of the Glossary on Platform Law and Policy, a guide on key terms related to platform governance for policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders alike.

    Keynote speeches on Platform Governance and its new dimensions  

    Julie Owono, Oversight Board (Facebook) 
    Lofred Madzou, World Economic Forum  

    Presentations (5-minute long) by panellists followed by open discussion:  

    Richard Wingfield, Global Partners Digital 
    Rossana Ducato, University of Aberdeen and UC Louvain  
    Catalina Goanta, Maastricht University   
    Rolf H. Weber, University of Zurich  
    Chris Marsden, University of Sussex
    Giovanni De Gregorio, Milano Bicocca University
    Paddy Leerseen, University of Amsterdam

    Enguerrand Marique, UC Louvain & University of Radboud-Nijmegen 

    Yasmin Curzi, FGV

    Ivar Hartmann, FGV

     



  12. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #44 ICANN Open Forum - Technical Internet Governance
    5 Nov 16:30 to 17:30 UTC
    The Open Forum will address ICANN’s role in technical Internet governance and some of the threats that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic. The four panelists (ICANN’s CEO and President, the Chair of the ICANN Board and a Member of the ICANN Board and ICANN’s Chief Technology Officer) will make time to answer questions you might have.

    Maarten Botterman, ICANN Chairman of the Board of Directors

    Göran Marby, ICANN CEO and President

    Merike Käo, SSAC Liaison to the ICANN Board of Directors

    David Conrad, SVP and Chief Technology Officer

     

     



  13. TRUST
    IGF 2020 NRIs Collaborative Session: Technical aspects of content regulation
    5 Nov 18:10 to 19:10 UTC
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  14. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #34 Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE)
    5 Nov 19:20 to 20:20 UTC
    The Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) - increasing trust through building capacity. This Open Forum will present the efforts of the GFCE and its constituent members as a global platform for the coordination of cyber capacity building.

     

    Ms. Joanna Kulesza, Assistant Professor of International Law and Internet Governance, University of Lodz (Moderator)

    Mr. Christopher Painter, President GFCE Foundation Board

    Ms. Carolin Weisser Harris, Lead International Operations, Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC)

    Mr. Enrico Calandro, Co-Director C3 Southern Africa & Chair GFCE Research Committee

    Ms. Racky Seye Samb, Head of Office, Ministry of Digital Economy and Telecommunications, Senegal

    Mr. Moctar Yedaly, Head of Information Society Division, African Union Commission



  15. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #32 Trustworthy internet technologies against COVID-19
    6 Nov 08:00 to 09:00 UTC
    Technology has played a key role in the COVID-19 global health crisis outbreak and it will play an even more important role in supporting countries and citizens to overcome the crisis. This session will look at how effective technology-based measures have been in tackling the spread of the virus; how they have ensured the respect of laws and fundamental rights; and what lessons can be learned for the development of trustworthy internet technologies and their use for public policy purposes

    Gemma Carolillo - Deputy Head of Unit, Next-Generation Internet, DG CNECT

    Dirk-Willem van Gulik - Special advisor to NL government for COVID-19 tracing apps

    Dr. Huang Yen-Nun Director for Research Center for Information Technology Innovation (CITI),  Academia Sinica, Taiwan and Hong-Wei Jyan - Director General, Department of Cyber Security of Taiwan, responsible for the development of the apps on COVID-19 

    Jelena Malinina - Digital health, policy officer at  BEUC, the European consumer organisation



  16. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #27 Promoting Trust on the Internet through Osaka Track
    6 Nov 08:00 to 09:00 UTC
     The Internet space is the foundation of the digitalized activities in society and economy. In order to strengthen inclusive and sustainable development, it is critical to maintain the free, open and secure Internet space where the maximum benefits of innovation are realized. Therefore, Fostering “trust” in the Internet space is essential to promote “data free flow with trust”.

    ■Opening Remarks

    Mr.  Shintani Masayoshi, State Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications, the Government of Japan

    ■Keynote speaker

    Dr. Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google

    ■Panelist

    - Prof. Jun Murai, Keio University

    - Mr. Lacina Koné, Director-General, Smart Africa

    - Ms. Rinalia Abdul Rahim, Senior Vice President, Strategy, Communications and Engagement, Internet Society

    - Dr. Rudolf Gridl, Head of Division VIA5, Internet Governance and International Digital Dialogue, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Government of Germany (the host country of IGF2019)

    - Ms. Timea SUTO, ICC Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS) 

     



  17. TRUST
    IGF 2020 Launch of DC Internet Standards, Security & Safety (DC-ISSS)
    6 Nov 09:10 to 10:40 UTC
    This session includes: an opening presentation on the DC-ISSS objectives; formal presentations; presentations on the working Groups: i) security by design; ii) education and skills; and iii) procurement models for driving the deployment of security standards; an interactive discussion.

    Jon Albert Fanzun, Swiss Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Rachel Azafrani, Microsoft

    Olaf Kolkman, Internet Society

    Ghislain de Salins, OECD

    Raymond Onuoha, Research teacher and consultant in digital policy

    Janice Richardson, Expert in Information literacy at Insight S.A.

    Yurii Kargapolov, Chair of ISOC IoT Special Interest Group

    Alejandro Pisanty, professor in chemistry at universidad NAcional Autonomico de Mexico

     



  18. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #40 Multitude of initiatives, single objective: stability
    6 Nov 10:20 to 11:20 UTC
    Over the recent years, various stakeholders launched initiatives on cybersecurity. Such rise of initiatives will inevitably influence the security and stability of cyberspace not necessarily by competing against one another, but forming a joint effort. This Open Forum will aim to be a platform to share information and develop common responses and find common denominators to build confidence among stakeholders, in order to contribute to the stability of cyberspace.

    H.E Ambassador Tadeusz Chomicki, ambassador for Cyber and Tech Affairs, Poland

    Ms Farlina Said, Analyst, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia

    Mr Siim Alatalu, Director, EU Cybernet

    Mr Maarten Van Horenbeeck, Director, Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST)

    Mr Jérôme Nicolaï, FSociety Team, Apps 4 Digital Peace Competition 1st Place winner



  19. TRUST
    IGF 2020 OF #42 Personal Sovereignty: Digital Trust in the Algorithmic Age
    6 Nov 19:30 to 20:30 UTC
    This session will explore dimensions of the challenges and opportunities in identifying innovative approaches to promote and use technologies for sustainable development. It will address how the shared goal of sustainable development can be realized by harnessing technologies, while at the same time minimizing their disruptive and adverse effects.

    Mr. John Havens, IEEE

    Ms. Moira Patterson, IEEE

    Dr. Salma Abbasi, eWorldwide Group



  20. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #317 DNS-Abuse in the Age of COVID-19: Lessons Learned
    9 Nov 06:00 to 07:30 UTC
    The Internet’s Domain Name System (DNS) is a critical technology on which Internet users rely on every day. Defining, measuring, and understanding DNS-Abuse, especially in the context of COVID-19, can help in mitigating harm and protecting end users. The session aims to detail efforts to measure abuse, explore the lessons learned during this pandemic, and discuss options for how to prevent such abuse from happening.

    Speaker 1: Jeff Bedser,  Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Ashley Heineman, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: John Crain, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Merike Kaeo, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Yes, compared to the initial submission. The final speakers are indicated above. 



  21. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #53 Right to Play?---Online Gaming and Child Rights
    9 Nov 07:40 to 09:10 UTC
    This workshop is planned to be an interactive session with meaningful discussion, and the discussion will be facilitated in the following ways. The diversity of speakers as we list above will enable diversified perspectives and views to be shared, highlighting children’s voices. The moderator is well informed and experienced in presiding multi-stakeholder discussions, and able to have a good control over the meeting progress.

    Speaker 1: Daniel Kardefelt Winther, Intergovernmental Organization, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Manisha Shelat, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: AMANDA THIRD, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Matt Mao, Private Sector, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 5: Jing Sun, Private Sector, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 6: Yufan Bai, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group

    Lanky Zheng, Male, Tencent  (to replace Matt Mao)

    Professor Pete Etchells, Male, Bath University (to replace Daniel Kardefelt Winther due to potential conflict of schedule)



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    IGF 2020 WS #57 E-Human Trafficking: Understanding,Challenges,Opportunities
    9 Nov 11:00 to 12:00 UTC

    Speaker 1: MOHAMED FARAHAT, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 2: lucia bird, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Elizabeth Orembo, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 4: Laine Munir, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 5: Irene Routté , Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)



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    IGF 2020 WS #43 Trusted Digital Space via PRIDA–Informed Transformed Africa
    9 Nov 12:10 to 13:40 UTC
    Session focus is trust & CBM in cyberspace in the context of Africa. Space to discuss issues of trust that hinders the use & utilization by AUC member states of the advanced data-driven digital services, such as IOT, big data, AI & ML. Challenges & opportunities presented by the global processes of digitalisation & datafication will be highlighted including the role of stakeholders in developing governance frameworks for a safe & trusted online space ie Ratification of Malabo Convention.

    Speaker 1: Moctar Yedaly, Intergovernmental Organization, African Group
    Speaker 2: Abdul-Hakeem Ajijola , Private Sector, African Group
    Speaker 3: NNENNA IFEANYI-AJUFO, ,

    1. 4.  Mr. Vladimir Radunovic – DiPLO Foundatio
    2. 5  Dr. Alison Gillwald,  Executive Director - Research ICT Africa


  24. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #342 People vs machines: collaborative content moderation
    9 Nov 17:20 to 18:50 UTC
    This session explores the complexities of content moderation at scale and potential implications for trust in the internet. While some platforms deploy technology to automatically moderate information, others enable their users to participate in moderation practices. In this session, speakers will discuss the kind of support, architecture, norms, and other systems that will be needed for communities to be able to do this work effectively and safely.

    Speaker 1: Robert Faris, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Mira Milosevic, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Marwa Fatafta, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Mercedes Mateo Diaz, Intergovernmental Organization, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)



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    IGF 2020 WS #97 Fact-Checking: A Realm for Multi-stakeholder model?
    10 Nov 08:40 to 10:10 UTC
    The workshop relates to the rising amount of false information spread online and explores fact-checking mechanisms used by various stakeholders in order to minimise the spread of misinformation. It aims to raise a discussion about the responsibilities held and issues encountered by different stakeholders in the current fact-checking environment, proposes and brings to the discussion the development of a global benchmark of best practices for fact-checking.

    Speaker 1: Charles Mok, Government, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: Alice Echtermann, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Obed Sindy, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 4: BIRARDA CARINA, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 5: Jens Kaessner, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)



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    IGF 2020 WS #59 Everything you wanted to ask about Hate Speech but didn't
    10 Nov 10:20 to 11:20 UTC
    This session looks European policy and practice initiatives combating hate speech launched in past years to address the risks hate speech online poses to human rights and societies. It focused on three areas: Prevention Measures; Protection: Self & Co-regulatory approaches; Prosecution: use of national criminal and administrative legislation covering hate speech in the online environment. Through breakout groups participants will discuss promising practices.

    Speaker 1: Nadejda Hriptievschi , Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Sejal Parmar, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Alexandra LAFFITTE, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Alexander Schaefer, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Bastiaan Winkel, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 6: Albin Dearing, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 7: Martin Mlynár, Civil Society, Eastern European Group

     



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    IGF 2020 Main Session TRUST
    10 Nov 12:30 to 14:00 UTC
    Internet Fragmentation - Is Digital Sovereignty the Problem or the Solution? This main session focuses on the debate surrounding Internet Fragmentation. The Internet Governance community has advocated for and strives to maintain the integrity of a unified and open Internet, but political and technological changes still push the debate on how feasible that is. Multistakeholder perspectives will be discussed in this session and advanced in the backdrop of current shared global priorities.


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    IGF 2020 WS #81 Overcoming the US-China digital Cold War
    10 Nov 14:10 to 15:40 UTC
    How should Internet governance respond to the intensifying conflict between the US and China? Do cybersecurity concerns really justify economic sanctions, trade barriers and the blocking of information? What forms of peaceful co-existence are possible between the US and Chinese Internets? Between the European and Chinese Internets?

    Speaker 1: Kulesza Joanna, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Gagliardone Iginio, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 3: Jyoti Panday , Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Feng Guo, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group

    Stephen C. Anderson, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Charles Mok, Government, Asia-Pacific Group



  29. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #71 Building trust through responsible response to global crises
    10 Nov 15:50 to 16:50 UTC
    This panel will explore the appropriate role of government and the private sector to ensure reliable and secure connectivity for citizens during times of global crises and in so doing create a framework of trust. It will examine lessons learned through the COVID-19 event and best practices for evolving this framework of trust to prepare for other large-scale response events

    Speaker 1: Kathryn Condello, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Toshiya Jitsuzumi, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Doreen Bogdan-Martin, Intergovernmental Organization, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: , ,

    New Moderator:  Chris Boyer, AT&T/. Will replace Rinalia Abul Rahim, Internet Society, who has a conflict.

    Correction to Speaker Information: Kathryn Condello, Lumen. Since the workshop was initially submitted, Ms. Condello's company has changed its name from CenturyLink to Lumen. Her updated biography follows:

    Kathryn Condello

    Lumen

    Senior Director, National Security / Emergency Preparedness

                   

    Roles:

    Vice-Chair, Communications SCC

    Past Chair, DHS NCC/Comms-ISAC

     

    Kathryn Condello represents Lumen at the Federal level in all policy, planning and operational issues related to National Security, Emergency Preparedness, Disaster Response, Cybersecurity, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Continuity of Operations.  

    Ms. Condello is an operations-focused leader within Lumen and the Communications Sector, with extensive, executive-level experience in managing and directing broad corporate and industry initiatives in the areas of strategic planning, policy development, government relations, network deployment/operations, and business marketing functions.  Ms Condello has more than 20 years experience in industry level initiatives associated with national security, network reliability, and emergency preparedness programs, planning and policy initiatives. 

     

    She holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia, an M.B.A. from Loyola College, served as a Principal Associate (Research Professor) with George Mason University’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, and is currently an Adjunct Professor with the University of New Hampshire M.S. program in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management.   Ms Condello started her career in the public safety radio business, was one of the first commercial wireless pioneers, and gathered more than 20 years commercial wireless experience prior to joining Lumen

     



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    IGF 2020 OF #42 Personal Sovereignty: Digital Trust in the Algorithmic Age
    10 Nov 18:30 to 19:30 UTC
    This session will explore dimensions of the challenges and opportunities in identifying innovative approaches to promote and use technologies for sustainable development. It will address how the shared goal of sustainable development can be realized by harnessing technologies, while at the same time minimizing their disruptive and adverse effects.

    Mr. John Havens, IEEE

    Ms. Moira Patterson, IEEE

    Dr. Salma Abbasi, eWorldwide Group



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    IGF 2020 WS #195 Protection or Participation? Child Rights in a New Normal
    11 Nov 09:40 to 11:10 UTC
    The global COVID-19 crisis has brought into sharp focus many unresolved challenges relating to Children’s Rights in a digital context, including questions around protection and participation. This session will follow a debate format with speakers sharing perspectives from their experiences and area of expertise. Audience members will be given the opportunity to ask questions and debate the recommendations.

    Speaker 1: Uri Sadeh, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Bongani Dlamini, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 3: AMANDA THIRD, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group

    Ohalia will be bringing the practitioner's perspective.



  32. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #234 Security of digital products: Industry and enhancing trust
    11 Nov 11:20 to 12:20 UTC
    Building on the Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behavior in Cyberspace - a project implemented by the FDFA of Switzerland and DiploFoundation – this interactive session will discuss best practices for creating resilient and ethical digital products. It will bring together perspectives of the businesses, public authorities, tech community, and civil society, from around world. The discussion will build upon the draft output document, and the discussion at SICW2020 (see: https://genevadialogue.ch/)

    Speaker 1: Jon Albert Fanzun, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Barrack Otieno, Technical Community, African Group
    Speaker 3: Anastasiya Kazakova, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 4: Sebastian Stranieri, Private Sector, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 5: David Koh, Government, Asia Pacific Group



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    IGF 2020 WS #129 The Revolution won't be Televised, but Social Mediatised?
    11 Nov 15:10 to 16:40 UTC
    The session will discuss a very popular and timely issue, namely the power of social media. The way individual users or groups use social media platforms to influence and shape the public opinion of users and their followers. The session will offer a great discussion between different stakeholders and experts in the field, ranging from Facebook representatives to children’s rights advocates. Topical, interactive, revolutionary.

    Speaker 1: Anastasiya Dzyakava, Government, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Jutta Croll, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: David Miles, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Magdalena Duszyńska , Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 5: Ricardo Campos, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)



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    IGF 2020 WS #210 Nobody Left Behind - Interregional Cyber Capacity Building
    12 Nov 07:20 to 08:20 UTC
    This workshop aims to bring together stakeholders from developing regions to identify best practices of cyber capacity building initiatives and the prerequisites needed to ensure their sustainability. The participants will look at the different perspectives of cyber capacity building across stakeholder groups and what roles these actors can play in developing capacity.

    Speaker 1: Liga Rozentale, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Latha Reddy, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Bart Hogeveen, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group

    Folake Olagunju, GFCE Advisory Board Co-Chair & Program Officer of Internet and Cybersecurity, ECOWAS

    Kerstin Vignard, Head, UNIDIR support team to General Assembly processes pursuant to resolutions 73/27 and 73/266



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    IGF 2020 WS #176 Assurance and transparency in ICT supply chain security
    12 Nov 09:00 to 10:30 UTC
    This workshop will examine how trust in global ICT supply chains – and the ICT products and services they are developing, deploying, and provisioning – can be strengthened through objective, risk-informed, and verifiable assurance and transparency measures that enhance security, safety, stability, and resilience of the Internet and underlying ICT.

    Speaker 1: Anastasiya Kazakova, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Katherine Getao, Government, African Group
    Speaker 3: Mohamed SAAD, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 4: Dr Amirudin Abdul Wahab, Government, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 5: Philipp Amann, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization



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    IGF 2020 WS #287 Robots against disinformation - Automated trust building?
    12 Nov 12:20 to 13:20 UTC
    This workshop will use the format of a roundtable discussion to explore initiatives and tools currently being used to automate the countering of online disinformation while also highlighting the main challenges and opportunities of using helpful bots to fight harmful bots in the context of online disinformation.

    Speaker 1: Christopher Tuckwood, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Debora Albu, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 3: Christian Perrone, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 4: Jan Gerlach, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Name: Jenna Fung 

    Affiliation: NetMission

    Region: Asia, Asia Pacific

    Stakeholder group: Civil Society

     

    We were missing an Asian perspective on the issue and therefore included a new speaker from the region and who works with the issue in the region.



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    IGF 2020 WS #180 Trust, Media Ethics & Governance During COVID-19 Crisis
    12 Nov 14:30 to 16:00 UTC
    The workshop will address the impact of public health crisis Covid-19 upon the global internet systems and citizens related to trust, media and democracy. Combing local and global perspectives on internet governance and media communication, this session builds a platform for speakers and moderators from China, Europe, India, and Singapore to discuss above issues on an interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional approach from diverse geographic and stakeholder perspectives.

    Speaker 1: Amrita Choudhury, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: Elinor Carmi, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: shu wang, Private Sector, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Rolf Weber, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Yun Long, Government, Asia-Pacific Group

     

    • Prof Ang Peng Hwa         Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore   
    • Dr. Ansgar Koene             Horizon Digital Economy  Research Institue, University of Nottingham, UK


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    IGF 2020 WS #254 The interaction of platform content moderation & geopolitics
    13 Nov 11:20 to 12:50 UTC
    The aim of the discussion is to draw attention to how inconsistent and opaque enforcement of content moderation standards can reinforce and magnify existing power disparities. The workshop will posit steps to foster greater transparency and accountability towards even enforcement of community standards on platforms.

    Speaker 1: Pratik Sinha , Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: Juan Carlos, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 3: Monika Bickert, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Tarleton Gillespie , Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Varun Reddy, Facebook (Asia Pacific)

    Marianne Díaz, Derechos Digitales  (Latin America and Caribbean)

    Amélie Pia Heldt, Hans-Bredow-Institut (Western European & Others)



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    IGF 2020 WS #130 Election in times of disinformation
    13 Nov 11:20 to 12:50 UTC
    Co-organized by UNESCO and UNDP, this workshop underlines the essential role of the media and electoral stakeholders in ensuring trust during the election process, and the need to tackle disinformation through such means as monitoring and fact checking, journalistic investigation, actions by online platforms including technical responses, and through promoting media and information literacy.

    Speaker 1: Guy Berger, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Sarah Lister, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 3: Mathilde Vougny, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 4: Souhaieb Khayati, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 5: Laura Zommer, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 6: William Bird, Civil Society, African Group



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    IGF 2020 WS #325 Internet of Things: Trust, Trick or Threats?
    13 Nov 14:00 to 15:00 UTC
    This WS will discuss IoT security and privacy for domestic networks. We will compile a set of good practices, new technologies and standards that support improving Trust in the IoT ecosystem. The debate includes youth and women from Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe in our team. Audience previous and simultaneous interactions through questions, suggestions and comments are highly encouraged on Twitter using the hashtags #IoThreats

    Speaker 1: Adeel Sadiq, Private Sector, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: Olga Kyryliuk, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 3: Aisyah Shakirah Suhaidi, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Sávyo Vinícius de Morais, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)


    Moderator: Mark Datysgeld, Governance Primer

    Online ModeratorLUIS GUSTAVO DE SOUZA AZEVEDO, Universidade Federal do Acre

    RapporteurJaewon Son, Korea Internet Governance Alliance

    Speakers:

    1. Martha Teye, Zlitch Technologies
    2. Edgar Ramos, Ericson
    3. Sávyo Vinícius de Morais, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

     



  41. TRUST
    Youth Flash Talks with IG Experts: Cybersafety
    13 Nov 15:00 to 15:30 UTC


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    IGF 2020 WS #341 Multistakeholder Voices and the UN Cyber Dialogues
    13 Nov 15:10 to 16:40 UTC
    This session will address the current state of the multiple ongoing dialogues at the United Nations (UN) related to cybersecurity and responsible state behavior online, and facilitate a discussion about opportunities for greater multistakeholder inclusion in such dialogues moving forward. In addition, discussion will focus on the unique importance of these dialogues on cyber norms and the unique challenges to the digital ecosystem presented by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    Speaker 1: Gerardo Isaac Morales Tenorio, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: CHRISTOPHER Painter, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: FABRIZIO HOCHSCHILD, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 4: Raman Jit Singh Chima, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 5: Kaja Ciglic, Private Sector, Eastern European Group

    Raj Burli, Global Ambassador for Digital Peace Now Society, will moderate the discussion.



  43. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #260 COVID-19 “Dis-infodemic”: Challenges, lessons, opportunities
    13 Nov 15:10 to 16:40 UTC
    The COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by a swirl of disinformation and misinformation that is sowing confusion and mistrust about potentially life-saving personal and policy choices. This "disinfodemic” and efforts to counter it have raised challenges to the right to freedom of expression and access to information. What role do different actors play in countering disinformation, and how can their work and actions be strengthened?

    Speaker 1: Tina Purnat, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Beeban Kidron, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Piotr Dmochowski-Lipski, Intergovernmental Organization, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 4: Claire Wardle, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Stephen Turner, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 6: Cristina Tardaguila, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 7: Julie Posetti, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    As stated above.



  44. TRUST
    IGF 2020 Main Session NRIs: Role of the Internet in Emergency Situations
    13 Nov 16:50 to 18:20 UTC
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  45. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #299 Building Digital Security for Journalists
    16 Nov 08:30 to 10:00 UTC
    This session organized by Reporters Without Borders aims to identify, explain, and discuss the main digital security issues, which journalists are facing in different regions of the world.

    Speaker 1: Helena Bertho Dias, Civil Society, Latin America and Caribbean Group 
    Speaker 2: Chi Hang Chan, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Lisa Dittmer, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Jensen Gyde, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Andy Yen, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Co-rapporteur: Mr. Elias Kroessin



  46. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #357 New profiles of marketing aimed at children in the Internet
    16 Nov 10:10 to 11:10 UTC
    Internet changed the landscape of marketing in general and, when considering children as its target, is particularly tricky. Children’s ability to recognize marketing arguments and other of its aspects justify a certain degree of control on marketing practices, which in Internet becomes much more difficult. The discussion will focus on the contextualisation of this problem and in tools and proposals to reach the protection needed together with maintaining the open nature of Internet.

    Speaker 1: Guilherme Canela De Souza Godoi, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Diego Canabarro, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 3: Isabella Henriques, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)

    We had to rearranje the lineup of speakers due to the new format, changes in their availability and also by considering the valuable feedback obtained. The new lineup will go as follows:

    1) Jeffrey Chester - Executive Director Center for Digital Democracy. ONG – EUA

    2) Dorothy K. Gordon - IFAP Chair Chair, UNESCO, Information for All Programme (IFAP) Programme Information pour tous (PIPT) . Miltilateral organ - Gana

    3) Danilo Doneda - Law Professor, IDP. Academy - Brazil

    4) Baroness Beeban Kidron -  Founder and Chair of 5Rights Foundation. House of Lords. ONG – UK

    5) Jacqueline Stephenson - Mars’ Global Responsible Marketing Director. Mars. Business - UK

     

    Moderator: 

    Isabella Henriques, Civil Society, lawyer and executive director of Alana Institute

    Online Moderator: 

    Marina Meira, Civil Society, lawyer, Alana Institute, Brazil

     



  47. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #92 Setting Children's Rights in the Internet Governance Agenda
    16 Nov 12:20 to 13:50 UTC
    The roundtable "Setting Children's Rights in the Internet Governance Agenda: balancing risks and opportunities" will share recent knowledge on young people’s online practices around the world and design strategies to address children’s rights in the digital age. Although one third of all Internet users globally are under 18 (Unicef, 2019), most regulatory instruments for promoting human rights and data protection do not present specific recommendations aimed at this age group.

    Speaker 1: Sonia Livingstone, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Guilherme Canela Godoi , Intergovernmental Organization, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 3: AMANDA THIRD, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Maria Alejandra Trossero, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 5: Patricio Cabello, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)



  48. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #353 Hacking-Back: A Dialogue with Industry
    16 Nov 12:20 to 13:50 UTC
    This session will feature industry speakers from the Cybersecurity Tech Accord shedding light on what they believe should and should not be considered “Hacking-back” under a principle of the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace prohibiting such activity. The session will start a conversation and solicit input from civil society and public sector officials in order to drive greater consensus on an important topic.

    Speaker 1: Seth Cutler, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Kaja Ciglic, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 3: Ed Cabrera, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Alissa Starzak, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Justin Vaisse, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Seth Cutler, CISO for NetApp, will be replacing Kristen Verderame (also of NetApp)



  49. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #116 Pandemics & Access to Medicines: A 2020 Assessment
    16 Nov 14:00 to 15:30 UTC
    Our workshop will bring experts who have been fighting the COVID-19 pandemic; leadership from the World Health Organization Center for Governance, Transparency, and Accountability in the Pharmaceutical sector; innovators in cross-border jurisdiction, and stalwarts in Internet governance to speak to key aspects of the pandemic and its direct impact on access to medicines and vaccines, all in the context of Internet Governance.

    Speaker 1: Jillian Kohler, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Bertrand de La Chapelle, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Aria Ahmad, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Patrick Kane, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    • Zina Hany, B.Pharm, MPH, MBA, CEPH (MENA region) will be replacing Jillian Kohler.


  50. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #326 The promises and perils of satellite internet
    16 Nov 17:20 to 18:20 UTC
    Almost half the world remains offline, and many more suffer expensive data plans and low-bandwidth, mobile-only connectivity. Now, satellite internet providers claim to have the answer, with private equity funding, media attention, and government licenses for speculative, disruptive business plans. Will these low earth orbit (LEO) constellations herald a new solution to connect the world? How will their sector impact human rights, and how might they avoid causing harm? Diverse experts weigh in.

    Speaker 1: Owono Julie, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 2: Felicia Anthonio, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Madory Doug, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Jennifer Stein, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Larry Press will speak instead of Doug Madory, as Larry is an expert on satellite internet and Doug is unavailable. Larry Press has a bio here: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/users/lpress27414

    Felix Blanco from Internet Sans Frontieres will speak instead of Julie Owono, from the same organization. Felix has a bio here: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/users/felix2173

    Ahmad Ahmadian will also join. He is Business Development Manager at NetFreedom Pioneers, developer of Knapsack, a service for filecasting content through satellite & bridging digital divides.



  51. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #323 Emerging perspectives on the Internet Exchange Points
    17 Nov 09:00 to 10:00 UTC
    This session aims to provide an overview of the IXPs as vital elements of the Internet infrastructure to keep Internet connectivity in times as the Covid-19 crisis and extreme forms of government control over the Internet. With this purpose, this panel will provide an overview of the current context of the IXPs in the international realm and will put on the table the current issue of a lack of an international framework that protects the IXPs and the global Internet traffic they support.

    Speaker 1: Patricia Vargas, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: Jane Coffin, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Che-Hoo Cheng, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Moctar Yedaly, Intergovernmental Organization, African Group
    Speaker 5: Ms. Nurani Nimpuno, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    We added one speaker from the European region: Nurani Nimpuno. 



  52. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #304 Reaffirming human rights in company responses to crisis
    17 Nov 10:10 to 11:40 UTC
    Even in normal times, companies are often erratic, inconsistent, and opaque about how they implement international human rights standards. Abnormal times amplify such challenges. This workshop will highlight trends in companies' response to calamity, drawing from both COVID-19 and other emergencies in three areas: governance, freedom of expression/information, and privacy. Together, we will identify practices to be followed and avoided in future crises.

    Speaker 1: Szymielewicz Katarzyna, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Lene Wendland, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 3: 'Gbenga Sesan, Civil Society, African Group

    1. Katarzyna Szymielewicz will be replaced by Dorota Głowacka (Panoptykon Foundation).

    2. Lene Wendland will be replaced by Isabel Ebert (B-Tech Project, OHCHR).

     

     



  53. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #346 A Recipe for Deterrence in Cyberspace
    17 Nov 10:10 to 11:40 UTC
    This session will provide a discussion of the central challenges and opportunities related to states establishing policies and regimes to deter malicious activity in cyberspace. The potential of such deterrence postures relies in large part on cooperation with industry and civil society groups, as well as other governments, to establish credible attributions as well as meaningful response options sufficient to discourage bad actors.

    Speaker 1: Douzet Douzet, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Joanna Świątkowska, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 3: Katherine Fox, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Elonnai Hickok, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 5: Chris Inglis, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Katherine Fox, from the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office will be replacing Kathryn Jones, from the same office. 

    Chris Inglis, of the US Cyberspace Solarium Commission, will be added as a speaker. 



  54. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #352 Digital Human Rights: Digital integrity of the human person
    17 Nov 12:50 to 14:20 UTC
    This workshop will introduce this new legal concept, its possible implications for data protection, and how this concept could be introduced into the current legal framework. The right to digital integrity is to be understood as the general justification for all human digital rights including the right to data protection.

    Speaker 1: Alexis Roussel, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Jesselyn Radack, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Alexander Isavnin, Technical Community, Eastern European Group



  55. TRUST
    IGF 2020 BPF Cybersecurity
    17 Nov 12:50 to 14:20 UTC
    'Exploring best practices in relation to international cybersecurity initiatives.' Join the BPF in discussing what cybersecurity can learn from normative principles in global governance and in exploring best practices in relation to international cybersecurity initiatives.


  56. TRUST
    IGF 2020 WS #350 Attributing attacks: political, technical & legal dimensions
    17 Nov 14:30 to 16:00 UTC
    This session will moderate a discussion among those from the technical, policy and legal communities that have a role to play in establishing and coordinating attribution claims following cyberattacks. It will focus on what essential elements should be included in all public attribution statements to lend them credibility and reinforce a rules-based international order online. The session will leverage the experiences of attendees to identify ways to further streamline and improve attribution.

    Speaker 1: Johanna Weaver, Government, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: John Scott-Railton, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Camille François, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Serge Droz, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Jens Monrad, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)