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IGF 2020 Schedule


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November 2020


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Monday, 2 November 2020

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Sessions below are grouped in UTC times and presented in your currently selected Time Zone: UTC (you can change it by updating your locale).
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06:00 to 07:15 UTC (2 Nov)
!!! IF YOU HAVE MISSED OUR PANEL, YOU CAN WATCH THE RECORDED SESSION STARTING AT 20:00MIN HERE: https://youtu.be/oL0ArEibR-g?t=1198 --- Join our panel, to discuss the future of global data governance and data protection. We are glad to welcome: Axel Voss MEP (Europe), Fiona Alexander (USA), Natalie Pang (Singapore), Clàudio Lucena (Brazil) and Eduardo Magrani (Brazil / Europe).
 
06:00 to 07:30 UTC (2 Nov)
This would be an exploratory discussion, but could possibly gain clarity from the session in a virtual round table format
 
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07:25 to 08:25 UTC (2 Nov)

The event will be a presentation that shows the importance of the emerging technologies (Artificial intelligence, Big Data, Blockchain, IoT, etc) in preventing, monitoring and managing the effect of the crisis. The event will also highlight how can digital policies (restrict access to the internet, block social media platforms, free access, etc) has helped spread / stop the virus.

 
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07:40 to 09:10 UTC (2 Nov)
This session will feature the following panelists: - Jaana Sinipuro from Finnish Innovation Fund SITRA - Razi Latif from UN Technology Innovation Lab Finland / Global Pulse - Katryna Dow from Meeco - Joss Langford from Coelition Karolina Mackiewicz, MyData Global will moderate the session. Join to discuss with the experts from different sectors on the "new normal". Get your special discount to the MyData Online 2020 Conference (10-12 Dec).
 
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08:35 to 10:05 UTC (2 Nov)
GCSC Commissioners will present the findings and developments of the GCSC Report "Advancing Cyberstability" and engage with government actors to reflect back at the main outcomes and ongoing work of the UN OEWG and GGE, the UNSG High Level Panel, the Paris Call and similar initiatives working on cyber norms. It will explore ways in which to advance a concerted multistakeholder approach that advances the development, implementation and adherence to norms.
 
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08:50 to 09:50 UTC (2 Nov)
Participants of discussion panel: Speakers: Ligia Kornowska - Polish Hospital Federation Dr Artur Prusaczyk - POZ Plus Szymon Chrostowski - Wygrajmy Zdrowie Foundation Nikolas Ott - Microsoft Natalia Mileszyk - CEC Moderator: Tomasz Jaworski - Microsoft
 
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10:15 to 11:15 UTC (2 Nov)
The session will bring together experts from across the world to discuss how increased interoperability could be a way to solve some of the most intractable issues of the internet platform market. While content regulation has drawbacks in terms of fundamental rights and competition cases are both arduous and uncertain, policy aimed at interoperability for certain market-dominant platforms through Open Standards arguably holds the most potential to open up the platform market to competition.
 
10:00 to 16:05 UTC (2 Nov)
For each session, Q and A is reserved for audiences. pls type your questions in the chat and/or take the floor directly.
 
10:00 to 11:00 UTC (2 Nov)

A workshop devoted to the mechanisms of creating communities capable of investing in others. Patronite.pl, as the first digital patronage in Poland, based on the principle of subscription crowdfunding, co-created such collection phenomena as Radio "Nowy Świat" - former journalists of the Polish Radio Three who collect almost PLN 0.5 million a month or the Sekielski brothers fully financing their films with contributions from patrons.

 
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11:25 to 12:25 UTC (2 Nov)

The Covid-19 pandemic has become a catalyst for social and technological processes that will permanently change the world as we know it. The need to isolate people forced new behaviors both in the sphere of work and leisure. Suddenly, trends that were timidly crawling became standard. Massive use of teleinformatic networks meant that operators faced a gigantic challenge of serving customers' needs.

 
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11:10 to 11:40 UTC (2 Nov)
The idea for this session comes from many discussions held in the informal coalition of experts and both public and non-governmental organizations working on and advising the Polish Charter of Digital Sovereignty (www.cyfrowasuwerennosc.pl).
 
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12:00 UTC
12:25 to 13:55 UTC (2 Nov)

The IGFSA General Assembly is the supreme governing body of the Association. It meets annually in the framework of the IGF and provides a forum for voting on matters as required by the IGFSA bylaws and for multistakeholder dialogue and discussion related to the support of the IGF.

 
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13:35 to 18:35 UTC (2 Nov)
The Global Internet Governance Academic Network annual symposium features cutting-edge research on Internet & data governance, regulation, COVID-19 responses and more. Full program available at https://www.giga-net.org/2020-annual-giganet-symposium-program-katowice-poland-remote/ Join the debate on our live tweeting-> #GigaNet2020
 
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16:15 to 17:15 UTC (2 Nov)
Stalkerware are commercial software that enables a remote user to monitor the activities on another user’s device without that user’s consent. Mostly used in domestic violence, it is growing issue at global level. Join the discussion with the Coalition against Stalkerware and other international stakeholders working with victims and perpetrators to identify ways to act together against this developing cyberthreat.
 
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17:25 to 18:25 UTC (2 Nov)

Building up on the succesful discussions facilitated by the "IGF 2019 Pre-Event #42 Technology and Surveillance in Latin America: Towards Human Rights Standars" that already identified and discussed topics such as the incremented use of technology for surveillance purposes in Latin America, the aim of the present submission is to promote a reassessment of some monitoring technologies proposed in the context of the COVID-19.

 
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17:00 to 18:00 UTC (2 Nov)
Join our panel, to discuss the future of environment and technology. We are glad to welcome experts and stakeholders namely: Maciej Sadowski (Start-up HUB Poland, Coalition form Polish Innovations) - moderator, Karolina Lipińska (Marshal Office Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland), Maria Krawczyńska (BNP Paribas, Poland), Maciej Ryś (Smogathon) and Przemysław Krawczyk (Geolearning, Poland). Foundation Coalition for Polish Innovation
 
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17:40 to 19:10 UTC (2 Nov)
Nobody planned the COVID-19 pandemic, nor did the the rapid digital transformation of education in Poland. Remote lessons have proved not only a technological challenge, but also a test of teachers' resilience and ingenuity. This experiment was called a success, but it also highlighted the problem of technological barriers and exclusion. Whole situation has shown blurred boundaries between exclusion due to access to technology and the level of technical competence.
 
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18:45 to 19:45 UTC (2 Nov)
Join GIFCT Executive Director Nick Rasmussen as he shares the latest trends in how terrorism and extremism are manifesting themselves in online environments. He will discuss GIFCT Goals and strategic pillars that guide our work. Members of the Independent Advisory Committee will also discuss the role they play in shaping the future of this organization. Significant time will be reserved for discussion with the audience.
 
18:35 to 20:05 UTC (2 Nov)
The session will describe how the Internet’s Domain Name System (DNS) is a critical technology that end users rely on every day to work well, and will define the term DNS Abuse, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Speakers will describe the global efforts to expose and mitigate this abuse and the extortion and fraud campaigns exploiting the pandemic. They will explain how these technical operations are relevant for the on-going digital policy and governance initiatives.
 
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