Join live webcasts and discussions from the Internet Governance Forum in Baku.
Thanks to everyone who voted for Internet Governance Forum sessions we should take part in as part of the Southampton Remote Hub. We’ll be following sessions on: cybercrime and rule of law; information and ethics; power, politics and internet filtering; social media and young people’s freedom of expression; open knowledge in developing countries; and a session giving an overview of global Internet infrastructures. You can drop in for any of these sessions.
We will also have a 30 minute introduction to the Internet Governance Forum on Monday 5th November at 10am, where Tim who has been at the last three IGF meetings will give a bit of background to what it is, what to expect, and how we’ll be taking part via Remote Participation.
More details on sessions in the attached, and in the online schedule:
Internet Governance Forum – Southampton Remote Hub
5th – 8th November 2012 – Access Grid Room – Building 32
Join us at a Remote Hub, joining selected sessions from the Internet Governance Forum, taking place in Baku, Azerbaijan – and join the online conversation around key Internet issues.
The 7th Internet Governance Forum will bring together over a thousand participants from governments, industry and civil society to debate key Internet issues – from technical infrastructure to social impacts.
We’re hosting a Remote Hub in Southampton, following the WebCast and connecting with other groups both in Baku, and following from around the world.
Drop-in for any session. Find out more at the short Introduction to Internet Governance and the IGF at 10am on Monday 5th
**Monday, November 5 (Access Grid Room, Level 3, Building 32)**
> 10:00am – 10.30am – An introduction to the Internet Governance Forum – find out about the IGF, remote participation, and sessions coming up
> 10:30am – 14.00pm – Council of Europe: Cybercrime and the Rule of Law
**Tuesday, November 6 (Access Grid Room, Level 3, Building 32)**
> 10:30am – 12.00pm – The influence of politics over Internet users’ access and diversity
> 12:30pm – 14.00pm – Information Ethics and Internet Governance – Identity, design and preservation
**Wednesday, November 7 (Access Grid Room, Level 3, Building 32)**
10:30am – 12.00pm – Measures and practices for promoting open knowledge environment (OKE) in developing countries
12:30pm – 14.00pm – Social media, young people and freedom of expression
**Thursday, November 8 (Coffee Room, Level 4, Building 32)**
10:30am – 12.00pm – Open Government Partnership and IGF: reciprocal learning
12:30pm – 14.00pm – Understanding Internet infrastructure: an overview of technology and terminology
Detailed schedule at: http://bit.ly/soigf