How do we create a more secure and trusted Internet within the multistakeholder model of Internet governance? That will be among the many questions addressed this week at the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) in Tallinn, Estonia. From June 5-7, we will have an Internet Society team on site participating in many sessions. Our EuroDIG 2017 page has all the details – including links to live video streams – but at a high level here are some of the workshops we are participating in:
- Plenary panel on cybersecurity
- New business models and the Internet
- Blockchain technology and internet governance
- Community connectivity: empowering the unconnected
- Criminal justice on the Internet – identifying common solutions
- Workshop on human rights and IoT
- Internet content blocking: from collateral damages to better solutions
- Stress testing the multistakeholder model in cybersecurity
- Drowning in data – digital pollution, green IT, and sustainable access
- Forced data localization and barriers to cross-border data flows: toward a multistakeholder approach
Again, view our EuroDIG 2017 event page to see exact times and live stream links.
Please do say hello to our staff in the sessions – and tell us how you think we need to work together to build a stronger Internet and #ShapeTomorrow.