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Did you take the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP from DiploFoundation? If so, in which year? Who was tutoring you?
ECDIG 2009 Adela
Where did you ¨discover¨ this Community portal?
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Finishing the ECDIG and collaborating with UNESCO
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IPR & ISPs 3 Strikes and your out rule is deemed unconstitutional in Ireland by court

An interesting development to the 3 strikes rule between the music industry and ISPs after it is ruled unconstitutional in Ireland. This creates problems for Eircom who last year settled out of court with the music industry on the 3 strikes rule, similar to the rule in France and New Zealand.

See the link below on the judement.


Posted on October 21, 2010 at 1:00pm

Takeaway from the Audience, Conclusions and Next Steps

EBU is very active in Europe and moving to the on demand media online, where you can see any media at any time. The differences between the traditional tv and this new form is bringing along a convergence. The principles of the EBU are the same as the EuroDIG but maybe different terms, but in fact are the same principles. The economic crisis has had an effect on the dessimination of information due to closures of media agencies.

Youth Forum discussions that need to… Continue

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 6:14pm

Plenary 4: Arrangements for a European IGF and Future EuroDIG Events

There was a discussion that we do not need not to fix issues that do not exist.

The provision of legislation is not required but there is a need for parliamentary focus that need to be;

Must be bottom up

Multi stakeholder approach

Must respect culture and inclusive

Reflect the concerns of Europe

EuroDIG should always happen before the IGF. It will be a European theme and not a European Union theme.

CoE should be a Secretariat for… Continue

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 4:59pm

Plenary 3: The Post -JPA Phase: Towards a Future Internet Governance Model

ICANN says that , accountablity with ICANN is probably higher and better than most other entities.

ICANN says now that the debate is over and security can be instaled and ICANN can move on with it’s work. Accountability and transparency in ICANN has made great progress.

Slobadan from Serbia thinks that ICANN is the only place that such work can be carried out and should be left to the private community to deal with in a multistakeholder approach. I can… Continue

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 3:44pm

Plenary 2: Online Social Media-Governance Issues from a User Perspective

The use of social networks, do we have control of the content? Even if you are not a member? Can your image be distributed without your consent and what are your rights. The answers to some of these questions are clear while others are unclear.

There is a problem with the identity of people and the inability to identify some people. A person can share images of another without traceability. People think they have the right to take photos and to post on the web. There is the issue of… Continue

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 3:26pm

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