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2020 Submission 1


Timestamp: 2020/01/22 18:53:18
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Technology Impact on Development and Economic Growth - what are the policy roadmaps?
Comments:

Issue Areas: AI, Campaigns and Elections, Competition, Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Data Privacy, Fake News, Future of Work, Trust



2020 Submission 2


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 10:19:18 AM
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Can tech humanise mapping of 7th ECONOMY of the last 500 years just in time for youth to be the SDG generation? 2020 critical path to cop26
Comments:
co-searchers at worldrecordjobs.com are linking together leaders of new universities and system designers of particular economies - eg health , green energy, end poverty, AI-5G and major sdgs. 2020 is 10th remembrance year of my father normanmacrae.net and 1st remembrance year of his number 1 hero of entrepreneurial revolution - Girl Empowerments Sir Fazle Abed Brac. If you can - vincent chang whom Fazle Abed appointed to lead BRAC University 2.0 would be most inclusive tech and human speaker representing urgent innovations of two thirds of people who are Asian
Issue Areas: 5G, AI, Blockchain, Critical Infrastructure, Digital Incluusion, Fake News, Future of Work, Internet Governance Processes, IoT



2020 Submission 3


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 11:03:36
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Government / Intergovernmental Organization
Submission:
What Open Source and Virtual Radio Access Networks mean for 5G and Supply Chain Security?
Comments:

Issue Areas: 5G, AI, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, IoT



2020 Submission 4


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 14:47:32
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
News generation of Internet provide Around the World
Comments:

Issue Areas: 5G, Critical Infrastructure



2020 Submission 5


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 22:02:58
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Policy Needs in Intellectual Property
Comments:
Deficiencies, real or perceived, in official U.S., Intellectual Property (IP) is leading more inventors to forego the patent process. This is especially true in the area of Artificial Intelligence. While trade secrets are good for business, they are bad for transparency and accountability. What is driving the this trend and what can be done about it? How does this fit into risk management strategies for entrepreneurs and is it being thought about in the correct manner?
Issue Areas: AI, Competition, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Internet Governance Processes, Trust, Innovation, Intellectual Property



2020 Submission 6


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 22:14:15
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Insurance
Comments:
How is insurance helping fuel or hinder entrepreneurship? Are there new laws needed? Updated theories of risk? What are the major risks and how are they being managed now and how can they be better managed? What are the items that are not really insurance issues, but get treated as such?
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Cybersecurity, Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 7


Timestamp: 2020/01/23 10:35:28 PM
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Human Capital
Comments:
Human Capital Management is a key component of many Internet issues: Future of Work, gig workers, robotics, universal basic income, and worker’s rights/organized labor, for example. Governments are focused on fostering full employment and providing living wages, which has presented a threat to several business models (e.g., Uber). How can HC laws be improved to support the further development of the potential of the Internet?
Issue Areas: Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, Future of Work, Human Rights



2020 Submission 8


Timestamp: 2020/01/24 09:41:57
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
The NIST Privacy Framework: Privacy Risk Management for Data
Comments:

Issue Areas: Data Privacy



2020 Submission 9


Timestamp: 2020/01/24 09:44:59
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Global Frameworks for a more secure IoT: Do standards bodies hold the key?
Comments:

Issue Areas: IoT



2020 Submission 10


Timestamp: 2020/01/27 15:38:24
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
IoT Security and Policy Harmonization
Comments:
Multi-stakeholder partnerships and governments across the world are moving towards harmonization of IoT policy through testable technical standards. Examples include the work being done by ISO/IEC, the EU Commission, and the industry-driven C2 Consensus that was endorsed by 20 leading organizations including consortia, industry associations, and standards bodies.
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, IoT, Trust



2020 Submission 11


Timestamp: 2020/01/27 16:08:59
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Multi-stakeholder Cyber Incident Response
Comments:
In recent years, policymakers throughout the world have recognized the need for international cooperation and coordination to address the growing epidemic of cyber-attacks, particularly those that can rise to the level of a "cyber crisis". Multi-stakeholder coordination strategies and preparedness exercises are essential to responding quickly in serious events. For example, when a power plant has stopped working, a financial system has been disrupted, or people lose access to healthcare services.
Issue Areas: Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Trust



2020 Submission 12


Timestamp: 2020/01/30 10:31:00
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Internet Governance - Has the Multi-Stakeholder Process Been Captured by the Internet Plumbing Monopolies?
Comments:
In the past year we have seen the multi-stakeholder process bae captured by a few powerful companies and individuals. From .org to Whois to the potential auction of O.com, ICANN seems to be kowtowing to a few powerful players. What if anything can be done to stem this tide to ensure that the Internet plumbing remains stable and functional?
Issue Areas: Competition, Critifcal Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core, Internet Governance Processes



2020 Submission 13


Timestamp: 2020/02/03 14:05:37
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
The state of the Internet Inferstructure - overcoming threats and weaknesses
Comments:

Issue Areas: Critical Infrastructure



2020 Submission 14


Timestamp: 2020/02/03 14:14:11
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Encryption. Oxford-style debate on encryption focused on societal and political (versus technical) implications of permitting or prohibiting
Comments:

Issue Areas: Campaigns and Elections, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Future of Work, Human Rights, IoT, Surveillance, Trust, Encryption



2020 Submission 15


Timestamp: 2020/02/04 00:41:55
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
intern-ate for all literacy and illiteracy society specially for our developing country
Comments:

Issue Areas: Fake News



2020 Submission 16


Timestamp: 2020/02/04 15:23:03
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Responsible Response – Business Approach to Responding to Cyber Attacks
Comments:
Cyberthreats are escalating faster than many organizations can identify, block, and mitigate them. Visibility into the threat landscape is imperative, acting on confirmed malicious threats is essential, businesses. This session explores how businesses leverage network data to actively respond to verified cyber-attacks both independently and through public-private partnerships with government and the industry. Not only is this topic relevant domestically but it also aligns with one of three themes being considered for the 2020 IGF regarding “trust” and one of three work tracks referred to as “Responsible Response” that the OECD will undertake through its mandatory review of the OECD 2015 Security Guidelines.

Multi-stakeholder panelists would include Business (CenturyLink, Kathryn Condello), DHS, Academia, NGO, and the Technical Community

Link to 2020 IGF Call for Validation of Thematic Topics: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2020-call-for-validation-of-thematic-tracks;

Link to OECD 2015 Security Guidelines: http://www.oecd.org/sti/ieconomy/digital-security-risk-management.html
Issue Areas: Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Trust



2020 Submission 17


Timestamp: 2020/02/05 10:23:30
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Emerging opportunities for broadband investment via spectrum allocation, Tribal Priority Windows, and upcoming infrastructure bills
Comments:
The FCC opened up the 2.5 GHz spectrum auction with a new Tribal Priority Window; by doing so, it is moving in the right direction by fostering opportunity for more Tribal lands to acquire unused or unlicensed spectrum. The window is open from February 3, 2020 to August 3, 2020, but for some communities this window may not be long enough. This window also raises the question of whether Tribes will receive similar — or longer — priority windows in the future. There are also other opportunities that rural and Tribal communities can utilize to gain the necessary spectrum to connect their residents, such as EBS allocations and emerging legislation to address the Tribal and rural digital divide. Panelists will discuss these upcoming policies, the challenges that still exist for Tribal and rural areas, and how we can create more opportunities for broadband infrastructure investment in these communities.


Links: https://www.internetsociety.org/resources/doc/2019/what-is-ebs/ https://www.fcc.gov/25-ghz-rural-tribal-window
Issue Areas: Access, Critical Infrastructure, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 18


Timestamp: 2020/02/05 10:56:10
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Emergence of policy debate in US/abroad calling for changes to intermediary liability w/ impact on companies’ ability to utilize encryption
Comments:
New legislative proposals in the US and abroad (including in India and Brazil) have called for changes to intermediary liability rules with significant implications for encryption. These proposals would change the way the Internet operates, particularly impacting permissionless innovation and interoperability, while disincentivizing companies from implementing strong security methods like encryption and giving governments the ability to determine which technologies companies utilize. Panelists will discuss how this may impact the Internet Way of Networking and if this policy direction is bringing us closer to the Internet we want, or to a “China” model of networking.

Links: https://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/2020/01/earn-it-act-how-ban-end-end-encryption-without-actually-banning-it

https://www.internetsociety.org/blog/2020/01/strong-encryption-is-central-to-good-security-indias-proposed-intermediary-rules-puts-it-at-risk/

Suggested speakers: Civil Society -- Internet Society Academia -- Stanford Private sector -- Impacted start ups (Engine), Akamai, or i2Coalition Technologist -- Apple
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Cybersecurity, Encryption



2020 Submission 19


Timestamp: 2020/02/06 10:09:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Are Industry Driven Baselines and Standards A Way Forward To Secure the Internet?
Comments:
ITIIoTSecurityPolicyPrinciples[1].pdf
Issue Areas: Criical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, IoT



2020 Submission 20


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 09:29:24
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Federal Privacy Legislation
Comments:
Topic to address ongoing Congressional efforts to develop a comprehensive privacy framework
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Data Privacy, Trust



2020 Submission 21


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 09:33:14
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Encryption/lawful access to data
Comments:
To address the ongoing public debate about the role of encryption in technology and law enforcement calls for access to data
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, IoT, Surveillance, Trust, Encryption



2020 Submission 22


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 10:53:51
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
AI policy developments in the U.S.
Comments:
To give insight into the latest uses of AI and how policymakers are addressing such uses
Issue Areas: AI, IoT



2020 Submission 23


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 11:05:58
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
New trade agreements & internet governance
Comments:
To explore new developments in trade agreements the US is party to that address digital trade, and these agreements' connection to US competitiveness
Issue Areas: Competition, Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Data Privacy, Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 24


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 11:15:07
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Spectrum policy to realize 5G & the IoT
Comments:
To explore the latest activities of the FCC in spectrum policy that are aimed at enabling new 5G networks
Issue Areas: 5G, Competition, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Critical Infrastructure, IoT



2020 Submission 25


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 11:17:32
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Disability access to technology
Comments:
To address the status of accessibility to new technology and internet services for those with disabilities
Issue Areas: Access, AI, Digital Inclusion, Internet Governance Processes, IoT



2020 Submission 26


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 18:00:12
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
(1) Is the Market an Adequate Regulator of Artificial Intelligence? (2) Upskilling America's Workforce Requires Broadband Access & Adoption
Comments:

Issue Areas: Access, AI, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Digital Inclusion, Future of Work



2020 Submission 27


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 22:02:02
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
"How can we create a pathway for local and vulnerable communities to become more connected and active in the Internet's future"
Comments:

Issue Areas: Access, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 28


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 22:03:50
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Discussion of the different ways of helping or guiding communities to solve their rural connectivity and access issues
Comments:

Issue Areas: Access, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 29


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 10:08:11 PM
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Innovative solutions for bringing connectivity, digital literacy and digital inclusion to all
Comments:
how can we make good on the promise of the Internet to make the world a more equitable place by ensuring equal access to the Internet?
Issue Areas: Access, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 30


Timestamp: 2020/02/08 22:59:00
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
How will we get the rest of the US and world online?
Comments:

Issue Areas: AI, Blockchain, Content Policy, Critical Infrastructure, Digital Inclusion, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes



2020 Submission 31


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 11:06:06
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Full internet stack (platform and infrastructure) cooperation to improve trust and safety
Comments:

Issue Areas: Content Policy, Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core, Trust



2020 Submission 32


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 11:06:08
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
News media sustainability in the digital age
Comments:
I co-coordinate a new IGF Dyanmic Coaltion on the topic of News Media Sustainability, and I think this is an important issue that we could also address here in the US IGF. https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/dynamic-coalition-on-the-sustainability-of-journalism-and-news-media-dc-sustainability?qt-dynamic_coalition_on_sustainabil=2
Issue Areas:



2020 Submission 33


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 11:10:55
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
The intersection of privacy and safety, specifically how civil society and journalists are at risk when data is revealed.
Comments:

Issue Areas: Data Privacy, Surveillance



2020 Submission 34


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 11:14:18
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
How weakening encryption will male the public core less safe and alternatives for adding security.
Comments:
Solutions and alternatives should be half of the discussion
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core, Trust, Encryption



2020 Submission 35


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 12:04:31
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Applying AI: how to think about it and preparing for it.
Comments:
Having had a number of conversations with policymakers and technologists on this issue, there is a real need for discussion and guidance in this topic.
Issue Areas: AI



2020 Submission 36


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 12:49:51
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Domain Name Registries And Registrars Role, Responsibility Protecting The Internet And The Public.
Comments:
To help mitigate domain name fraud and abuse, should domain name registries and registrars be required to implement and support Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-money laundering (AML) standards and controls?
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, DNS and Public Core, Trust



2020 Submission 37


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 13:07:03
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
The Importance of digital identity and its role in fostering trust, data security, and inclusion
Comments:
"The US Treasury Department in 2018 recognized digital identity as a key area of importance stating: ""Digital identity products and services hold promise for improving the trustworthiness, security, privacy, and convenience of identifying individuals and entities, thereby strengthening the processes critical to the movement of funds, goods, and data as the global economy races deeper into the digital age. Digital identity systems also have the potential to generate cost savings and efficiencies for financial services firms. For instance, trustworthy digital identity systems could improve customer identification and verification for onboarding and authorizing account access, general risk management, and antifraud measures. "" - https://home.treasury.gov/sites/default/files/2018-08/A-Financial-System-that-Creates-Economic-Opportunities---Nonbank-Financials-Fintech-and-Innovation.pdf

The European Union through eIDAS is continuing to take a thought leadership role on this important area much like they did in connection with data privacy. As identified in the US Treasury Report digital identity can be a key driver in a number of areas. This years IGF had identified three core themes Data, Trust and Inclusion. Digital Identity is a cornerstone of these three initiatives.

While a number of other countries have implemented national ID programs, the US will have to take a more private sector approach much like in Norway where the financial service sector has come together to issue digital identity credentials - see bankid.no"
Issue Areas: Blockchain, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, DNS and Public Core, Fake News, Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 38


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 13:25:41
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
WHOIS ACCESS AND DOMAIN NAME ABUSE
Comments:

Issue Areas: Access, Content Policy, Data Privacy, DNS and Public Core



2020 Submission 39


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 15:31:15
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Competition, Consumer Protection, and Promoting a Healthy Domain Name Ecosystem
Comments:
"Promoting a genuinely competitive DNS remains an unfulfilled aspiration. Competition is often confused with consumer choice but, although choice is an integral pillar of competitive markets, it isn’t sufficient for ensuring the overall health of markets and governance ecosystems. With the introduction of new gTLDs, consumers now have a vast array of domain name options to choose from; however, domain diversity doesn’t produce many of the critical downstream effects that can be considered hallmarks of healthy competitive markets. The motivation for establishing private sector-led multistakeholder governance was, in large part, driven by the knowledge that this would be a better way of promoting competition than government-run bureaucracy.

The Internet stakeholder community will find it increasingly difficult to fulfill its mandate of developing and implementing policy unless it successfully addresses the challenge of promoting genuine competition in the DNS. This session should seek to identify the key systemic obstacles to genuine competition in the DNS by closely examining the practical implications of ICANN’s policies and practices, including contracting for registry/registrar services, and their positive and negative effects for promoting competition, protecting consumers and stakeholders and ensuring a healthy Internet ecosystem in the public interest. "
Issue Areas: Competition, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Critical Infrastructure, Digital Inclusion, DNS and Public Core, Internet Governance Processes, IoT, Taxation, Trust



2020 Submission 40


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 17:29:09
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
How we can put human rights at the center of the debate on data protection and privacy
Comments:

Issue Areas: Data Privacy, Human Rights



2020 Submission 41


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 21:00:49
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
How could end-to-end encryption enable or spur the growth of Internet of Things applications?
Comments:
The increasingly aggressive campaign by the Department of Justice to block use of strong encryption on smartphones, on the Internet and in the Cloud, stresses how criminals and terrorists are sending encrypted messages over the Net. But encryption is also critical for protecting mission-critical IoT services--in hospitals, power plants, factories, . . . everywhere.
Issue Areas: 5G, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, IoT, Surveillance, Trust, Innovation, Encryption



2020 Submission 42


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 21:22:10
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
Training Artificial intelligence programs require huge, diverse, global data sets. Could data localization, copyright & R2BF laws interfere?
Comments:
Machine Learning and AI policy is mostly data policy.
Issue Areas: AI, Content Policy, Cybersecurity, Freedom of Expression, Copyright, Intellectual Property



2020 Submission 43


Timestamp: 2020/02/10 21:26:56
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
How and when should governments and corporates be more transparent about how Internet users are being tracked and surveilled?
Comments:
Never has this question been more important. And the zettabytes of data that the Internet of Things and cloud computing will generate will make it even more important.
Issue Areas: 5G, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Human Rights, IoT, Surveillance, Trust



2020 Submission 44


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 04:43:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
Discuss technical specifications of wireless Standard, IPv 6 and next, Subtain development Goals, Climate change in IT infractructures, ...
Comments:
Rights to choice 2020
Issue Areas: 5G, Access, AI, Blockchain, Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, DNS and Public Core, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes, IoT



2020 Submission 45


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 09:50:12
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: None / Other
Submission:
Internet Infrastructure Security
Comments:
"Under Attack: The Internet’s infrastructure.

Last year, the U.S. Government’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued its first-ever Emergency Directive. It warned federal agencies to harden their systems and keep a sharp eye out for attacks on their networks.

CISA was very concerned. It was witnessing a cyber-attack like few others. The target of the attack was not a single institution like a bank, Google, Amazon or even a government agency. This particular attack was targeting a part of the Internet’s infrastructure… specifically the Domain Name System (DNS).

But it was not the target alone that made this particular attack so frightening. This one was different for other reasons, it was global. It was well-orchestrated and it was massive in scale.

Cybersecurity experts around the world were alarmed.

""There have been targeted attacks in the past, but nothing like this."" ICANN’s Chief Technology Officer, David Conrad told Agence France Presse (AFP) last February. “They are going after the internet infrastructure itself.""

In the end, many systems were hardened and the damage was less than it might have been.

In a very real sense, this attack was a wake-up call. The cyber-bad guys had used multiple tools simultaneously and saturated the DNS.

There is every reason to believe that attacks like last year’s will escalate and become potential nightmares for network operators around the globe.

To thwart such an attack, those who make up the Internet ecosystem must come together to collaborate on defensive strategies and information sharing. These types of attacks demand a collaborative response and IGF-USA affords an ideal forum to discuss such a response.

The panel will discuss the use of DNSSEC and other tools to help deter these types of attacks and how information-sharing can be maximized to order to minimize the impact on network systems and by extension – end users. "
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core



2020 Submission 46


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 10:31:51
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
DNS abuse. Analysis of how users are affected and what tools are available to users and up the food chain to address.
Comments:
Jonathan Zuck is working on this issue.
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, DNS and Public Core, Trust



2020 Submission 47


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 10:57:51
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Submission:
Improving Internet Trust and Safety Through Platform and Infrastructure Collaboration
Comments:
There is a growing fear that there is a wide-spread systemic abuse problem on the internet, which is resulting in an increasing threat of regulation. Actions to date have focused primarily on specific sectors resulting in varied definitions, impulsive actions in response to social media, and technical solutions that do not interoperate. The domain name industry and all of the elements of the internet that enable the use of domain names have a role in the mitigation of abuse, including at least DNS providers, ISPs, and content providers, as well as the domain name registration industry itself. What we need is a broadly accepted definition of “abuse” and the role that each party has in its mitigation so we can work towards sharing threat analysis and developing best practices to make the internet safer and more trusted for everyone.
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core, Trust



2020 Submission 48


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 12:40:09
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Digital Education
Comments:
Stakeholders should co-operate with schools/universities for Digital Education. This includes (a) digital literacy, teaching young people to shape their own space on-line with knowledge of HTML, CSS etc.; and (b) digital ethics, discussing a critical and self-critical approach to human relations on-line, debating issues such as hate speech, fake news and manipulation.
Issue Areas: Access, Campaigns and Elections, Content Policy, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Trust



2020 Submission 49


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 12:47:50
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
"Cross-border taxes on digital content and advertising "
Comments:
France, Canada, and now US states are pursuing a Digital Services Tax, equal to 3% of advertising revenue earned on content seen by their citizens. This tax would be passed-on to small businesses using the big online platforms for targeted advertising. And it would discriminate by targeting online ad revenue while not taxing revenue from ads in print and broadcast media.
Issue Areas: Competition, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Taxation



2020 Submission 50


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 12:48:36
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Breaking down silos - Internet and Cyber - are the same thing.
Comments:
The USG divides engagement and oversight on critical issues such as encryption, disinformation, content moderation, norms, online privacy and data ownership into two separate categories-- “cyber policy” and “Internet policy.” This arbitrary distinction and resulting division of labor, and often conflicting policy processes, is hindering progress on issues of critical national concern. This proposed topic would explore where these distinctions originated, how they are manifesting today, and what the impact this is having.
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, DNS and Public Core, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Internet Governance Processes, Surveillance



2020 Submission 51


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 12:52:23
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
"What is America doing to build security and trust on the Internet? "
Comments:
" Over the past several years, the ICANN community has attempted to define and quantify the scope of domain name system abuse, security threats, and domain name registration abuse. Many in the domain industry have signed on a to a framework to combat abuse. Is this enough? What more could be done inside and outside of the industry to inspire trust in the Internet and keep it safe for all levels of users. "
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, DNS and Public Core, Trust



2020 Submission 52


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 12:56:06
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Democratization of Top-Level Domains
Comments:
A website is essential to make change happen and leave an impact. Stakeholders should work with governments and organizations to create and administer a new TLD for non-profit, public and/or noble causes. Members of public could apply for a domain with this TLD to use it free of charge and develop ambitious social/cultural projects with their new website.
Issue Areas: Access, Digital Inclusion, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Future of Work, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 53


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:37:44
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Is Data really “The New Oil”?
Comments:
The monetization of user data allows many of today's most innovative and interesting services to be made free to all. Articles published by prominent media outlets like the New York Times have argued that consumers should be able to make money from their data, similarly to how Alaskans receive a dividend from the state's oil. But does this analogy really work, and what can it teach us about the role of data in the digital economy?
Issue Areas: Data Privacy



2020 Submission 54


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:41:13
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Are peers in the peer-to-peer economy entrepreneurs, or must they become employees?
Comments:
California’s legislature enacted AB5 and the aftershocks are being felt by independent contractors all over the state. Vox Media terminated 200 freelancers who wrote for sports blog SBNation. The American Society of Journalists & Authors and the National Press Photographers Association are challenging the law on 1st Amendment grounds. Yet, Congress wants to make California’s law a new national policy.
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Digital Inclusion, Freedom of Expression, Future of Work



2020 Submission 55


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:44:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Is the Consumer Welfare Standard still the best analytical framework for evaluating antitrust issues?
Comments:
Some scholars believe the Consumer Welfare Standard and cost-benefit analysis are no longer capable of informing antitrust enforcement today. Should the United States abandon the 40- year-old antitrust standard? Is so, what should replace it and what are the risks of this alternative method of analysis on the US economy, privacy, and abuse?
Issue Areas: Competition, Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Trust



2020 Submission 56


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:46:45
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Techlash in Federal legislation
Comments:
From breaking up Big Tech to creating a national privacy standard, federal agencies and Congress are looking at actions that directly affects America’s internet companies and Americans who use their services. Bills from Sen. Graham, Sen. Wicker, and Sen. Hawley; the Journalism Protection Act. Do we need new frameworks for addressing technology related concerns or do existing laws suffice? If there are gaps, which need to be filled?
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Surveillance, Trust



2020 Submission 57


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:48:06
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Micromobility and permissionless innovation: should local government dictate access to new technology like e-scooters?
Comments:
E-scooters have become the exciting new form of urban transit, helping residents of crowded cities get from point A to point B. But in the era of techlash, local official have grown concerned about new technologies making their way onto city streets without explicit permission from city hall - but in the meantime, residents aren't willing to wait for bureaucracy to catch up. What is the right balance between permissionless innovation and urban planning?
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, IoT



2020 Submission 58


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:48:35
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Using antitrust laws to punish online platforms for political expression
Comments:
With complaints of regulatory capture from US Senators, stories are percolating of antitrust laws being abused for political purposes. Is this happening? Are there best ways to prevent antitrust law from political abuse? Should the United States be a world leader in protecting free expression online?
Issue Areas: Campaigns and Elections, Competition, Data Privacy, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights



2020 Submission 59


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 13:54:04
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Moderation of user content on social media platforms under 1st Amendment and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
Comments:
"Social media platforms are privately run and not subject to 1st Amendment, so they are able to moderate content posted by users. And thank goodness for that, given the things that users sometimes say on social media! But when a social media operator moderates some user content, does that make the platform the publisher of all user content? The answer is no, thanks to Section 230, which gives platforms a ‘Good Samaritan’ incentive to actively police content. This panel will explore the interaction between 1st Amendment and Section 230 in allowing Americans to share their news and views online. "
Issue Areas: Campaigns and Elections, Content Policy, Fake News, Freedom of Expression



2020 Submission 60


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 14:04:09
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
How should tech improve its relationship with law enforcement?
Comments:
Law enforcement has once again grown concerned about the widespread use of end-to-end encryption online. Yet, the tech industry holds firm that end-to-end encryption is the only way we can properly secure our online communications and services. As debates on encryption threatens to damage the relationship between law enforcement and tech, what can tech businesses do to help government maintain law and order online?
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, Human Rights



2020 Submission 61


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:00:32
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: None / Other
Submission:
Tech Policy & Communities of Color: The Importance of Representation In Policymaking
Comments:
"Description: A panel discussion with a mix of government, industry, and advocacy groups highlighting the importance of representation when forming tech policy.

Below are a handful of ideas for moderators and panelists. It'd be valuable to have a sharing economy perspective on the panel that can discuss workforce diversity issues in the space as well.

Potential Moderators: - Chanelle Hardy, Google - can speak to the work they do with the NextGen Policy Group - Mike Muse, NextGen Alum and hosts a show on SiriusXM - Sean Perryman, Internet Association, Director of Social Impact Policy & Counsel

Potential Panelists: - Sean Perryman, Internet Association, Director of Social Impact Policy & Counsel - A representative from Asians Advancing Justice - Alisa Valentin, Special Adviser to the Federal Communications Commission Chairman - Congressional Black Caucus staffer (Kendra Brown or Shelly Marc, Chiefs of Staff for Reps. Lee and Kelly respectively) - Francella Ochillo, Executive Director, Next Century Cities - Policy representative from National Urban League - Airbnb - Google or Facebook policy representative"
Issue Areas: Access, Content Policy, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, Future of Work, Gender, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes, Surveillance, Diversity and Inclusion



2020 Submission 62


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:03:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
State of the ICANN multi-stakeholder model
Comments:
Given a history of failures ending with the handling of .org and self-funding surcharges to end users for "R+D" and beginning with top level domain applicant data breaches and uninformed selection mechanisms, it seems the current implementation needs to be revamped. IMHO travel funding has been used as an attractant and rose colored glasses that needs to be removed to fix this system. Prior to IANA transition there was at least one strong budget independent voice.
Issue Areas: Costs and Benefits of Regulation, DNS and Public Core, Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 63


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:09:02
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Peer-to-peer sharing of homes and cars: economic opportunity for people, while disrupting big business in the rental car and hotel industry
Comments:
American tech companies help people earn income through the Peer-to-Peer Economy – online platforms where workers find customers who need their services; and owners of cars and homes find consumers who want to rent their assets. P2P tech platforms like Airbnb, vrbo, and Turo help people in Midwestern and Southern states who often feel as if technology has left them behind. But those opportunities are being blocked by traditional hotel and rental car businesses seeking to squash the competitive threat and consumer choice offered by the P2P economy.
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Freedom of Expression, Future of Work, Taxation



2020 Submission 64


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:10:38
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Decrypting the Debate over Encryption
Comments:
End-to-end Encryption can protect private online communication from government interception and surveillance. Is that a good thing, or must online services give governments a back-door to any encrypted data? This question is critical, since Congress is considering legislation to hold online services liable for ‘reckless’ conduct if they allow users to send and store encrypted content.
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Freedom of Expression, Encryption



2020 Submission 65


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 15:11:57
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Should online platforms be held liable for content posted by users?
Comments:
Making users directly responsible for the content they post rather than shifting that responsibility to internet platforms has enabled the broad array of user-created content that fuels the vast array of educational, professional, commercial, entertainment, and social resources so abundant on today's internet. Yet this liability framework that punishes the guilty while protecting the innocent is now under fire. An indiscriminate scheme of platform liability would turn back the clock on the internet economy and substitute political control over what Americans will have available to them online.
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Freedom of Expression



2020 Submission 66


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 16:02:24
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
The Internet of Things, Cybersecurity and Privacy, and the Massive collection of Personal Information
Comments:
As millions and millions of IoT devices are built and introduced into the world's ecosystem, we need to understand the impact of their uses as tools for massive collection of personal information. We need to see the needle in the haystack before future generations are not able to identify and address many of today’s security and privacy issues affecting the trustworthiness of the world’s current IoT environments.
Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Human Rights, IoT, Surveillance, Trust



2020 Submission 67


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 17:02:31
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Content Moderation and Disinformation
Comments:

Issue Areas: Campaigns and Elections, Content Policy



2020 Submission 68


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 17:02:31
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
Encryption
Comments:

Issue Areas: Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Encryption



2020 Submission 69


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 18:31:25
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: None / Other
Submission:
The future of the IGF in the context on the UN's HLDP and call for an IGF Plus
Comments:

Issue Areas: Internet Governance Processes



2020 Submission 70


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 18:33:54
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
The rise of cyber-physical systems and what they mean to Internet governance
Comments:

Issue Areas: 5G, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, IoT



2020 Submission 71


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 18:36:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Reflections on the Internet history and comparisons with current changes and challenges, as well as the future of Internet governance.
Comments:

Issue Areas: Internet Governance Processes, Trust



2020 Submission 72


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 19:03:09
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: None / Other
Submission:
How can we maximize the benefits of the Internet to campaigns and elections, while mitigating the threats/blunders that erode trust?
Comments:
Iowa
Issue Areas: Campaigns and Elections, Trust



2020 Submission 73


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 19:29:21
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Precision Agriculture as a Driver of Demand for Robust Broadband for Rural America
Comments:
Sensor Based Mapping Methodology will be what is needed for Precision Ag
Issue Areas: 5G, Access, Critical Infrastructure, IoT



2020 Submission 74


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 20:05:33
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Surveillance capitalism
Comments:
Surveillance capitalism refers to a market logic centered on the collection and commodification of private information for corporate profits. It is at the root of many of today's internet governance problems, as I outlined in a 2018 op-ed for Vice (https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xwjden/targeted-advertising-is-ruining-the-internet-and-breaking-the-world). Shoshana Zuboff, who coined the term, would be an excellent speaker.
Issue Areas: Data Privacy, Human Rights, Surveillance



2020 Submission 75


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 20:10:59
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Submission:
AI, ML, AR/VR, IoT and ethics of use
Comments:
New technologies come to the market with great expectations along with fears of change that are brought to the attention of policy makers and regulators, we should discuss both the opportunities and concerns before the expected 60-120 device per person projection becomes a reality
Issue Areas: AI, Blockchain, Competition, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, Digital Inclusion, Future of Work, Human Rights, IoT, Surveillance, Trust



2020 Submission 76


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 21:03:43
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Digital Inclusion: Lessons Learned and Best or Promising Practices
Comments:
Libraries, especially public libraries, in the U.S. are critical community partners in providing access to broadband and opportunity to develop comfort with and skills to use it through targeted and culturally relevant programming. While basic digital skills training and support remains critical, it would be interesting to look at social and economic trends that drive the next several levels of digital skills and dispositions and how community organizations (such as libraries) evolve their services to meet users where they are. The Institute for Museum and Library Services provides grants to libraries related to digital inclusion and the American Library Association also has long-term knowledge of ways libraries reach the public, especially those from underrepresented groups and low-income households. See https://www.imls.gov/sites/default/files/publications/documents/imls-libraries-broadband-and-digital-inclusion.pdf http://www.ala.org/advocacy/sites/ala.org.advocacy/files/content/access/Broadband_web_01-15-17.pdf, http://www.ala.org/advocacy/sites/ala.org.advocacy/files/content/pdfs/OITP_Brief_Coding_Web_03-30-17.pdf, and http://www.ala.org/advocacy/sites/ala.org.advocacy/files/content/telecom/TribalBroadband.pdf.
Issue Areas: Access, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 77


Timestamp: 2020/02/11 21:51:52
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Connecting Tribal and Indigenous Communities
Comments:
"Tribal and Indigenous Communities across the US are among the most underserved in terms of Internet access. It is well established that reliable Internet service is a key enabler of economic development, entrepreneurship and SMEs, as well as much needed health and education services. Remote locations typical of Tribal and Indigenous communities present critical challenges in delivering reliable and affordable Internet services. In this session, a panel of experts and members of Tribal and Indigenous communities, will explore key policy challenges, including spectrum allocation, and backhaul availability, as well as recent successful deployments in Tribal and Indigenous communities.

Speakers:

Brandon Makaawaawa, Nation of Hawaii Christopher Michell, Director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative, ILSR Danae Wilson, Co-Chair, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, Telecom & Technology "
Issue Areas: Access, Costs and Benefits of Regulation, Digital Inclusion



2020 Submission 78


Timestamp: 2020/02/12 11:06:06
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Government / Intergovernmental Organization
Submission:
Developments and Innovation in 5G Security
Comments:

Issue Areas: 5G, Cybersecurity



2020 Submission 79


Timestamp: 2020/02/12 11:06:25
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
The role of journalists and media platforms in covering Internet Governance news and policies
Comments:
This topic would aim to bring in new voices and aid in supporting members of the press to become a larger part of the IG ecosystem. This is also public communication issue, and can tackle stumbling blocks to communicating about complex IG topics to a wider public.
Issue Areas: Access, Campaigns and Elections, Fake News, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Internet Governance Processes, Trust, Science communication/ Journalism/ Media Coverage



2020 Submission 80


Timestamp: 2020/02/12 11:11:13
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Government / Intergovernmental Organization
Submission:
IoT Security: Certifications and Standards
Comments:

Issue Areas: IoT



2020 Submission 81


Timestamp: 2020/02/12 11:14:16
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Government / Intergovernmental Organization
Submission:
Consumer Privacy: Developments in US and International Law
Comments:

Issue Areas: Data Privacy



2020 Submission 82


Timestamp: 2020/02/12 11:19:55
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Government / Intergovernmental Organization
Submission:
Right to Deletion: Avoiding Pitfalls in Drafting, Scoping, and Implementation
Comments:

Issue Areas: Content Policy