This session will discuss relevant developments in Internet Governance including the economics of the Open-Internet.
1. Introduction, welcome 2. An evolving Internet Political Ecosystem (Tarek) 3. Discussion of Challenges A. Coordination and Distribution of Internet Identifiers 1. IP address blocks (ITU - WTSA / Plenipotentiary) 2. Top Level Domains (ITU - WTSA allowing study groups on the nature of top level domains - what is allowed and what is not allowed.) 3. Identifiers in WTO e-commerce agenda 4. geographical names @ top level B. Tension between multi-lateral & multi-stakeholder fora. 1. How do government stakeholders interact in ICANN and outside ICANN for example - 2. Other environments and fora: i) WIPO; ii) Enhanced Cooperation at CSTD; iii) ITU WTDC. iv) ITU plenipotentiary (PP-18) v) UN agencies (eg. UNCTAD, UNESCO, ECOSOC) vi) United Nations 1. Cyber Security initiative C. How ICANN interacts with other organisations 1. Eg. GSM Association MoU; 2. I* (I "Stars" - I.e. IETF, ISOC, IAB, W3C, RIRs); 3. Laws on Data Protection affecting ICANN / ie. GDPR issue - through WHOIS D. Lack of sustained engagement in Internet Governance Ecosystem (eg. Laws on Cyber Security have been defined as Internet Governance by WSIS; etc.)
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