Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: Sherpa Meeting 2
Dec
4
2:00 pm14:00

Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: Sherpa Meeting 2

This second, invitation only Sherpa meeting brings together representatives from government, civil society and industry together to propose a new digital agenda, guided by the ambitions and vision expressed in the UN Global Goals.

In partnership with the London School of Economics and Political Science.

To request an invitation please email dialogue@inetco.org

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Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: Sherpa Meeting 1
Oct
17
10:30 am10:30

Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: Sherpa Meeting 1

  • Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This invitation only Sherpa meeting brings together representatives of leading businesses, policy makers and civil society to launch the Internet Commission’s Dialogue on Digital Responsibility.

In the context of rapid digitalisation and Europe’s political priorities this meeting will identify and explore key elements of an agenda for action on digital responsibility, which will be aligned to and guided by the UN Global Goals.

In partnership with the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS).

 

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Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: UK Internet Safety Strategy
Jul
18
10:00 am10:00

Dialogue on Digital Responsibility: UK Internet Safety Strategy

  • London School of Economics and Political Science (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

UK Government published its response to its Internet Safety Strategy consultation in May. It plans to publish a White Paper later this year as a precursor to bringing forward online safety legislation. This workshop brings together leading thinkers on digital responsibility, trust and accountability to discuss the Government’s plans and identify areas of agreement. This will inform a short discussion paper.

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Internet Commission Transparency Reporting Workshop
May
17
1:00 pm13:00

Internet Commission Transparency Reporting Workshop

The Internet Commission is developing a pilot Independent Transparency Reporting Framework. Its goal is help reverse the negative social impact of social media and drive citizen trust through increased accountability for content management.

This meeting will explore the strategy of harnessing “procedural accountability” in order to address Internet harms and discuss in detail some first ideas for a pilot transparency framework.

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Internet Commission Civil Society Meetings
Feb
22
10:00 am10:00

Internet Commission Civil Society Meetings

  • London School of Economics and Political Science (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Speaking at the 2018 meeting of the World Economic Forum in January, the British Prime Minister launched a Digital Charter which sets the direction for the UK to become the best place to start and grow a digital business and the safest place in the world to be online.

The Internet Commission will develop its offer and programme in the light of this framework. It seeks to generate action as quickly as possible in the face of the raft of issues that that threaten to undermine public trust in digital environments. It is envisaged that its focus will be on the UK first, driving a programme focussed on:

  1. Increasing industry investment in digital responsibility;

  2. Catalysing a new wave of accountability; and

  3. Establishing a medium-term agenda for the reform of Internet regulation.

 You are invited to help shape this new initiative to build multi-stakeholder movement for a trusted Internet. 

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Internet Commission Industry Meetings
Feb
7
to 8 Feb

Internet Commission Industry Meetings

Speaking at the 2018 meeting of the World Economic Forum in January, the British Prime Minister launched a Digital Charter which sets the direction for the UK to become the best place to start and grow a digital business and the safest place in the world to be online.

The Internet Commission will develop its offer and programme in the light of this framework. It seeks to generate action as quickly as possible in the face of the raft of issues that that threaten to undermine public trust in digital environments. It is envisaged that its focus will be on the UK first, driving a programme focussed on:

  1. Increasing industry investment in digital responsibility;

  2. Catalysing a new wave of accountability; and

  3. Establishing a medium-term agenda for the reform of Internet regulation.

You are invited to help shape this new initiative to build multi-stakeholder movement for a trusted Internet. 

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"Internet Commission 2020" roundtable hosted by the Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety, Oxford Internet Institute and Telefónica.
Oct
11
10:30 am10:30

"Internet Commission 2020" roundtable hosted by the Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety, Oxford Internet Institute and Telefónica.

The rapid pace of technological development in the context of the 2017 Conservative Manifesto and Queen’s Speech, new data protection rules and Brexit lend a new urgency to questions of Internet governance and regulation. This high-level roundtable and working session will enable stakeholders to share perspectives and consider together how the institutional framework for Internet regulation might be modernised.

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