[okfn-tw] [徵集提案] APrIGF 2016 亞太網路治理論壇

TH Schee info at motomosa.com
Fri Nov 27 09:32:23 UTC 2015

Hi all,


1 台灣有經驗的少於十個人,所以可能是南亞、東亞和東北亞投的比較多
2 可能是行政院資安辦、電信業者以及資安業者會有興趣
3 台灣有旺盛的公民運動,有顯眼的角色
4 看臺美數位經濟論壇邀請的這些人,會不會和願不願意公開談 TPP
5 有很多學研機構,尤其是長期推動 ipv6 的單位
6 應該很多人可以談

網站 http://2016.aprigf.asia

*Overarching Theme: “A New Internet Era”*

*Suggested Sub-Themes*
(1) *The future impact of IANA Transition* – The IANA transition proposal
is expected to be submitted to USG sometime in the early 2016. There are
many new designs arising from the proposals, from those related to
institution to that of mechanism, some of which are very different from
what we are used to. How does it work? What is changed? What may be the

(2) *Security* - Cyber Security, the protection of information systems from
damage and disruption, is critical not just to the stability of cyberspace,
but also increasingly important to the  physical world. At the same time,
Privacy and Data Protection are also hot topics issues that nations are
also increasingly grappling with in this new era. Where is the balance
between security and privacy/data protection?

(3) *Human Right* - Human rights are central to a "New Internet Era".
Human rights
standard should apply to the internet environment in the areas of access
and development,freedom of expression, right to assembly and privacy as
well as on the right to education, health, culture and to a broad range of
other rights. The impact of new laws and policies such as cyber-security,
data protection, surveillance, anonymity, intermediary liability on human
rights have been subject to intense scrutiny and debate by all stakeholders.

How should human rights online be enforced, and by whom? What are the main
instruments to engage all sectors and make them accountable in human rights
protections? How are new laws relating to cybersecurity affecting freedom
of expression, assembly, and privacy online? What protections exist in
countries, and what best practices are being developed? What standards for
human rights protection should ICT companies, service providers and
infrastructure providers follow?

(4) *Impact of international agreement and policies* - Trans-Pacific
Partnership (TPP)’s and a couple of other multilateral free trade
agreements' impact to Cyberspace. Concluded recently, TPP’s implication
extends to intellectual property (such as copyright and domain name dispute
resolution) and cross-border data flow issues; why USG congress did not
prove SOPA; What will be the impact on ccTLDs etc? What is the impact of
such agreement on Internet community?

(5) *Universality* - The next era will involved global changes to the
Internet, such as the deployment of IPv6, and Internationalised domain
names and email addresses.  What progress is being made, and how can we do
more, towards these important global developments?

(6) *Cyber Connectivity* – Increased connectivity is driving digital
transformation at unprecedented rates and has the potential to bridge the
digital divide, and even wealth gap. It is also changing traditional
business models - one of the more recent development has been the growth of
IoT (Internet of Things) and ubiquitous use of technology, from the global
industrial economy right down to our personal lives. What developments can
we expect in the new era, what potential do they hold?


TH Schee | M: +1-646-820-0002 | @scheeinfo
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