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Live Now: Internet Governance After Busan

Christopher Painter Lawrence Strickling Daniel Sepulveda Nuala O’Connor CFR Cyber

November 20, 2014

Christopher Painter Lawrence Strickling Daniel Sepulveda Nuala O’Connor CFR Cyber
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The Council on Foreign Relations is holding a half-day, multisession symposium to bring together leading policymakers and experts for analysis of the Internet governance landscape and to discuss new ideas for reform.

Closely following the International Telecommunication Union meeting in Busan, South Korea, the symposium will take stock at this particularly interesting moment. The symposium will feature panel discussions on the interests of major and rising Internet players, such as Brazil, Ghana, and the European Union; how the move to mobile will influence Internet governance; and how the United States can best pursue its defense of the multistakeholder model of governance in the months and years following the meeting in Busan.

The agenda for the symposium, along with the live stream for each of the panel discussions, can be found here.

 

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