Thursday, June 18, 2015
Debate: Audience and Panelist will debate the following questions: Is Transparent, Democratic, Representative & Legitimate Governance of the Internet Achievable in New MiLE? How? What can Latin America Contribute?
DEBATE - CRITICAL TOPIC & QUESTION:
Is Transparent, Democratic, Representative & Legitimate Governance of the Internet Achievable in New MiLE? If Yes, How? What can Latin America Contribute?
This new Multilingual Internet and Landscape Ecosystem (MiLE) has created too many new challenges to an Internet Governance model already challenged to deliver for the old Internet let alone the new Ecosystem Born in 2014. The NSA surveillance at global level revealed by the Snowden revelations caused serious damage to Trust in many existing approaches on Internet Governance. Can this be repaired? How?
Reviews of the challenges and effectiveness to date of the many processes around including the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF), NETMundial, IANA Transition, and others and their ability to deliver in the new Ecosystem.
Attend to weigh in on the live debates on what needs to happen and be addressed head on to make internet Governance a global Democratic process for humanity which factors in the will of the people everywhere who will be governed by it and help shape a new model of the internet governance in the new Ecosystem to positively impact all stakeholders at local and global levels.
Friday, June 19, 2015
Debate: Audience and speakers Round Table discussions: A) How to Turn Billions of Ready Users Into Customers?, B) Challenges of: Banking Sector and Cloud Services?, C) What are the Possible Tools to Successfully Empower Emerging Economies?, D) The role o
Today, Half of the internet users today are in Asia and the shift is increasing. 3 billion internet users worldwidey so far - 2 Billion are in Emerging Markets and Economies.
The next billion+ will come predominantly from Emerging Markets Economisies, NOT the west.
The Internet and the global landscape are undergoing a global Seismic change with huge ripples signaling a new Internet and Landscape Ecosystem.
How are they interacting on the internet today? Would you like to know if your products & services are what they are thirsty for? What challenges do these opportunities present?
Q- What opportunities do the current 2 billion and next billion+ internet users / consumers in these growing markets present to you, your operations and your business?
Q- Are your products and servcies what they are ready or craving for?
Disover the High Level critical key findings that will be shared at this session to help you make more informed strategic decisions on how tap these ripe markets for your products and services.
* How and what new mechanisms are neededed to be brought in to help shrink the ever growing gap between those in the west that Have and the those in emerging markets that Have NOT? Case studies presented.
* What are the new threats? How should they be addressed? By whom? How? when?
will these industries be abel, on their own, tol determine what needs to be done? will they be able to deliver TRUST while safeguarding their citizens'/ users' privacy and their day to day operations and those of all their stakeholders at all levels?
* Cloud Services in The New Internet & Landscape Ecosystem - A Tool for Empowerment or a New Risk to Privacy?
Debate: Audience and speakers Round Table discussions:
A) How to Turn Billions of Ready Users Into Customers?
B) Challenges of: Banking Sector and Cloud Services?
C) What are the Possible Tools to Successfully Empower Emerging Economies?
D) The role of new gTLDs in the New MiLE
Join and weigh in on the debate!
Workshop: Opportunities and Challenges in the Internet Ecosystem for NGOs and their role in Internet Gobernance
The Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations are the Internet’s largest stakeholder group, and they are becoming increasingly dependent on how the Internet operates in order to carry out work in pursuit of their vision and mission.
Presenters from Internet stakeholder groups will address issues that directly impact Civil Society and NGOs use of the Internet by exploring the challenges and present effective strategic uses, tools and opportunities of the New "MILE".
New gTLDs in their different forms like City gTLDs, IDN gTLDs, Generic gTLDs and Brand gTLDs represent the biggest change to the internet infrastructure since its birth decades ago.. With them come great new opportunities and grave new risks to be considered when planning or reassessing your Internet presence and activities locally or globally whether you plan to use them or not.
Are more than 1000 New gTLDs relevant to you? How? why? Which ones? What will the many new gTLDs like .Music .shop .ceo .app or .dubai or .istanbul or .london and many others change in your organisation's strategic planning and operations and to people’s daily lives locally and globally? Should you care? Why? What is the Value to me of a City gTLD i.e. .Berlin .London .Abu Dhabi .Dubai | .Hanover etc? Will Chinese, Arabic, Cyrillic New gTLDs change my life?
Case studies by new Registry operators and their unique business models.
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