DescriptionDecember 4, 2019 Cross-border legal challenges on the Internet are sharply increasing around the world, demanding coordination and collaboration to preserve the cross-border nature of the Internet, protect human rights, fight abuses, and enable the global digital economy.On Tuesday, December 17, 2019 - 9:00 am-12:30 pm the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network will organize a Brussels workshop for European stakeholders in order to provide organizations, companies, civil society, and many others with the opportunity to discuss substantive issues associated with the work conducted in the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network. The Workshop will take place at the European Commission DG CONNECT.The goal of the workshop is to assess global trends, the European perspective on the future of the cross-border Internet, how to address transnational legal challenges in cyberspace, and the value of multistakeholder governance to develop standards and solutions.The workshop will see the Europe-Launch of the pioneering Internet & Jurisdiction Global Status Report 2019 and will present the work of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network. The workshop will in particular: - provide European stakeholders with a presentation of the key findings of the world’s first Internet & Jurisdiction Global Status Report, a pioneering mapping of global trends, actors and initiatives in the context of cross-border legal challenges in cyberspace. The information is based on in-depth desk research and an unprecedented data collection from over 150 key stakeholders.
|Period||17 Dec 2019|
|Held at||European Commission, Belgium|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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