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IGF2019 BPF Cybersecurity - Call IV - Shared screen with speaker view
Alyssa Moore
25:43
I can be online moderator if you need someone.
Ben Wallis
26:40
thanks Alyssa, that would be great. I have guidance from the IGF secretariat for the tool that will be used, and will share that with you directly
sheetal
32:08
Two-three intro slides sounds great, thanks Maarten!
sheetal
33:08
Agree
sheetal
33:17
Sure, happy to feedback
Mallory Knodel
35:12
the word I was looking for is assessment
Mallory Knodel
35:19
not measurement
Mallory Knodel
35:25
it’s late here :)
Mallory Knodel
42:27
i like Louise Marie’s suggestion. also because MANRS would be lower hanging fruit for measurement since it has technical aspects.
Wout de Natris
42:47
Frédéric Donck of ISOC?
Mallory Knodel
44:16
Censorship Planet or MLab
Louise Marie Hurel
45:17
Frederic might be an interesting fit, Wout. I’m not sure whether he’s following MANRS specifically though.
Alyssa Moore
46:50
I just reached out to my ISOC North America contacts to see who they're planning on sending to IGF. They put together a good panel on MANRS a couple weeks ago at NANOG. If any of those folks will be in attendance, might be a good fit.
Lucien Castex
47:23
ISOC I can check
Wout de Natris
47:33
Nathalie, what is the tile of you session?
Nathalie EUISS
48:41
It's Pre-Event 20 - Strengthening the multi-stakeholder approach on international norms in cyberspace https://igf2019.sched.com/event/STzZ/pre-event-20-strengthening-the-multi-stakeholder-approach-on-international-norms-in-cyberspace-stiftung-neue-verantwortung-ev
Mallory Knodel
50:49
for MANRS i would suggest Michuki Mwangi from isoc
Ben Wallis
54:55
Michuki Mwangi is not on the list of IGF 2019 participants (https://reg.unog.ch/event/31208/registration/registrants. But I note Lucien Castex, ISOC France, has offered to find an ISOC rep who could talk about MANRS (and that could include checking about Michuki)
Lucien Castex
55:56
Yea np checking availability
Louise Marie Hurel
56:58
Following up on Nathalie’s point Pablo Hinojosa, Madeline Carr, Duncan Hollis and myself are also organising a session on “Usual suspects: questioning the Cybernorms-making boundaries” - looking specifically at the operationalisation of norms and cooperation between tech and policy communities. This will be an interesting post-BPF scene setting on Thursday. here’s the link https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2019-ws-63-usual-suspects-questioning-the-cybernorm-making-boundaries
YingChu Chen
59:58
I agree. Many people don’t under stand what is norm. Many Asian governments would like to use regulation or laws to regulate people.
Nathalie EUISS
01:03:19
What time will it be Louise-Marie?
Louise Marie Hurel
01:03:45
it will be on Thursday at 10:35
Louise Marie Hurel
01:05:23
https://igf2019.sched.com/event/SU5H/ws-63-usual-suspects-questioning-the-cybernorm-making-boundaries
Nathalie EUISS
01:06:05
I heard the tech accord wanted to organise a civil society consultation on Thursday but I can't find when
Louise Marie Hurel
01:06:34
I think it clashes with the session if my mind serves me well atm
Louise Marie Hurel
01:06:39
:)
Louise Marie Hurel
01:07:36
the Tech accord session ends at 11:00am
Wout de Natris
01:14:35
Thank you all. Have a good weekend all and see you in Berlin!
John Hering
01:15:03
There is a Tech Accord consultation with civil society planned. Please feel free to follow up with me for more info. johher@microsoft.com
Louise Marie Hurel
01:15:32
thanks!