Video of a discussion on cyber policy with Merit Janow, Dean of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Columbia University computer science professor Steve Bellovin, filmed in New York.
As the director of research for the Global Commission on Internet Governance, Dr. Laura DeNardis is in Bangalore, India, this week. The meetings held over three days focus on creating agenda for how to best explain sustainable cyberspace and the fact that it directly impacts economic growth in every nation. The Global Commission on Internet Governance will work to assemble a multi stakeholder narrative that describes the importance of the Internet, the underlying technologies and how it enables our way of life. The invitation-only event is attended by other commissioners: Carl Bildt, Gordon Smith, Fen Osler Hampson, Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, Michael Chertoff, Dame Wendy Hall, and Tobby Simon.
As the Internet Governance Lab is taking its shape, Dr. DeNardis has received a front-page profile on American University’s web site. Dr. DeNardis is being profiled as her work and research on Internet policy and accessibility fall under AU Project 2030. The issues around the topic of Internet governance, or of what happens behind the curtain of our computer screens, are directly linked to human rights and privacy. Read More »
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS – APRIL 15, 2015 – The Global Commission on Internet Governance (GCIG) advocates that governments, in collaboration with individuals, private corporations and technical community stakeholders, adopt measures in a new global social compact to achieve digital privacy and trust.Read More »