How do Collaborative Governance and Collaborative Security bring about a stronger and more trusted Internet that enables more opportunity for people around the world? What do these approaches mean for the future of Internet governance? What actions can people take as part of our collective responsibility for the future of the open Internet?
Today and tomorrow you will have two opportunities to hear Internet Society President and CEO Kathy Brown speak about these points and more on live video streams.
First, today, Wednesday, July 15, 2015, starting at 12:15pm US Eastern (UTC-4), Kathy will be speaking at an event by the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC, titled: “Collaborative Governance and Security: A Stronger Internet for the Future“. The Hudson Institute staff indicate the live video stream will be available at:
They also seem to live-tweet many of their sessions using @HudsonEvents on Twitter.
Tomorrow, Thursday, July 16th, Kathy will be at the Internet Governance Forum USA (IGF-USA) giving keynote remarks during the session between 1:00 – 1:50 pm US Eastern. My colleague Paul Brigner wrote about the IGF-USA yesterday outlining what is going on and indicating that the live video streams will be at:
The full agenda can be found on the IGF-USA site, as well as information about how to attend in person.
Both of Kathy’s presentations today and tomorrow will be recorded so that you can view them later.
We hope you do get a chance to watch either (or both) of Kathy’s sessions and learn more about what we are doing with collaborative governance and collaborative security.
If you would like to learn more right now you can visit these links:
- our Public Policy page
- our Internet Governance page
- our Collaborative Security approach to tackling Internet security issues