Thursday, June 18, 2015

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Dignitary Keynote Statements Followed By High Level Dscussions on New threats, challenges and opportunities in the new Ecosystem and the seismic shift in user base from west to emerging economies
Akram Atallah
Akram Atallah
ICANN, President, GDD
Dr. Edmund Katiti
Dr. Edmund Katiti
Former Head of the NEPAD e-Africa Programme
Jorge Cella
Jorge Cella
Microsoft, Director of Technology & Social Responsibility - Microsoft Argentina and Uruguay
Carlos Liuzzi
Carlos Liuzzi
Nic Argentina, Jefe de Enlace Internacional

Dignitary Keynotes followed by High Level Discussions on new Threats, Challenges and Opportunities in the New "MILE". 

What New Threats, Challenges & Opportunities This presents To & In Latin America? Can You or the World Afford NOT To Pay Attention?
The shift of Internet User Base from west to Emerging Markets is seismic.The Internet and the global landscape are undergoing a Global change with huge ripples signaling a new "MILE". Today Half of the internet users today are in Asia and the shift is increasing. 3 billion internet users worldwide today - 2/3rd of them are from Emerging Markets and Economies.
What opportunities do the current 2 billion and next billion+ internet users in emerging markets present to your business? How  are they interacting on the internet today? Is your service what they are missing?  What challenges  do these opportunities present?
Join and learn of MLi Group research conducted on internet user habits and usability in the Arabic, Urdu and Farsi language communities. High Level critical key findings will be shared to help you make more informed strategic decisions to aim or not to aim at emerging markets for your products and services.


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Panel N° 1: The Grave New Global Political and CyberThreats in the new MiLE: Cyber Security, Privacy and Trust. How prepared Are You?
Akram Atallah
Akram Atallah
ICANN, President, GDD
Ezequiel Sallis
Ezequiel Sallis
Departamento de Investigaciones Especiales y Complejas - Policía Metropolitana, Auxiliar Superior Segundo - Operaciones Técnicas Especiales
Adrian Acosta
Adrian Acosta
INTERPOL, Digital Crime Officer
Jorge Cella
Jorge Cella
Microsoft, Director of Technology & Social Responsibility - Microsoft Argentina and Uruguay
Horacio Azzolin
Horacio Azzolin
Procuración General de la Nación, Fiscal en Cibercrimen
Cristian Borghello
Cristian Borghello
Segu-Info, Director

Question 1:  Will current security and privacy mechanisms continue to work effectively in the new Multilingual internet and Landsape Ecosystem"MILE"? 

Question 2: If not, what needs to be done, and how?

New Cyber Security threats are growing by the day. Privacy risks and challenges are not only huge but are already daunting. The Snowden Revelations, the Heartbleed security crisis, ,  the launch of New gTLDs, the ripples of the seismic change to the global internet,  recent ISIS global threats and cyber wars played for political motives by Governments and thru business enterprises, and the reality of the New "MILE" with billions new users in new languages never seen on the net all present exponential new cyber security threats and privacy critical risks and challenges that render traditional  approaches to mitigate these new risks ineffective in the New "MILE".

These risks can only be effectively addressed proactively when Governments, Regulators, Business, NGOs and end users al cooperate at locally and global levels. Otherwise they all stand to become their next victims?

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Panel N° 2 Child Protection Online in the New MiLE. The seismic change to the global internet has given birth of a new Internet that raises concerns on new critical issues
Miguel Sumer Elias
Miguel Sumer Elias
Informática Legal - Internet Responsable, Director - Professor
Sheri Falco
Sheri Falco
IFFOR, Board of Directors
Jorge Cella
Jorge Cella
Microsoft, Director of Technology & Social Responsibility - Microsoft Argentina and Uruguay
Ezequiel Passerón
Ezequiel Passerón
Con Vos en la Web, Director

The seismic change to the global internet has given birth of a new Internet that raises concerns on new critical issues in relation to child protection online with many new challenges and questions in this space that need addressing such as::

1-Technical issues: will traditional keywords filtering on child sexual abuse materials be sufficient in the new internet and the new range of languages of the new Multilingual Internet. If not, what needs to be developed

2-Will current blocking lists compiled by local and international law enforcements/ISPs be sufficient to tackle the challenges of more than a hundred IDN gTLDs? If not, what needs to be updated?  

3- How can local communities’ stakeholders be turned motivated & proactive in safe guarding their local internet and its content for a safe online experience for children?

4- How can the functionalities of reporting hotlines on child sexual abuse materials be updated to reflect the newer needs and challenges of  the new internet (both in terms of report collection and their analysis.

5- The new Internet will create new virtual markets and locations, new audience, but will also create new potential child victims as new avenues for interacting with children emerge - How can stakeholders prepare to mitigate these new challenges that will increase the possibilities of local child sex offenders on the new Internet reaching out to children who can speak and understand their local language. How can jurisdictional law enforcements be improved?

6-  How to turn unsuspecting unaware local stakeholders from becoming prospective victims to empowered ready and enabled stakeholders in the new Multilingual Internet?

7-  Key points to discuss , debate , share best practice experiences and conclude with a recommendations on moving forward on how to safe guard children online in the new Multilingual Internet.


Friday, June 19, 2015

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Announcements & Summit Declarations Based on Consensus Driven Reports & Recommndations by Panels & Workshops Chairs & Moderators.
Khaled
Khaled
MLi Group, MLi Group Chairman
J. Scott Evans
J. Scott Evans
Adobe Inc, Associate General Counsel, International Trademark Association, INTA, President
Martin Silva Valent
Martin Silva Valent
Silva.legal, Partner
Miguel Sumer Elias
Miguel Sumer Elias
Informática Legal - Internet Responsable, Director - Professor
Jorge Cella
Jorge Cella
Microsoft, Director of Technology & Social Responsibility - Microsoft Argentina and Uruguay