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ABCDE
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North American School of Internet Governance
NASIG 2018
School Program
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Tuesday, March 6, 2018
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ItineraryEventFacultyDeliveryDescription
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19:00 - 21:00
Welcome Dinner --Introduction to program schedule and an ovierview of some key concepts to set the stage for upcoming sessions. Network opportunities.
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Wednesday, March 7, 2018
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07:00 - 09:00
Registration / Continental BreakfastStaff-Student, faculty and staff registration. Need identification system (TBD). Maybe two separate ID to use one for audio phones.
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09:00 - 09:30
WelcomeEduardo Díaz - NASIG Chair (5)*
Luis Arrocho - Puerto Rico CIO (5)
Alfredo Calderon - Academia (5)
Ernesto Cruz - Logistics (15)
ConferenceErnesto Cruz is the master of ceremony and logistics explanation.
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09:30 - 10:30
Internet Ecosystem OverviewIntroductions: Ernesto Cruz (3)
Olivier Crepin-Leblond (40)
Q & A (12)
LectureOlivier to introduce what is the Internet Ecosystem and how these oprganizaction interact with each other. Ernesto Cruz to introduce the session and motivate discussion during the Q&A..
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10:30 - 11:00
Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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11:00 - 11:10
Sponsors MessagesSponsors-Sponsors have an opportunity to address the audience during this time
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11:10-12:30Multiskakeholder Model
Example of a Multistakeholder in action - the IANA Transition
Introductions (5) - Ernesto Cruz
Multistakeholder Model - Larry Strickling (30)
IANA Transition - Goran Marby (30)
Q & A - (15)
Lectures
Panel
Main objective here is to put into perpective the Multistakeholder model (talk here about the proposed academy) and then use the IANA transition as an example on how this model works.
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12:30-13-30LunchAll-Networking opportunities.
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13:30-14:45Internet Governance OverviewIntroductions (5) - Ernesto Cruz
William Drake (30)
Q & A (10)
LectureWilliam Drake to introduce what is Internet Governance and its many challenges. Ernesto Cruz to introduce the session and motivate discussion during the Q&A..
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14:45-15:45Internet Policies OverviewJavier Rúa - Introductions (5)
Sally Wentworth (40)
Q&A (15)
LectureOverview of Internet usage that are subject to collective governance mechanisms, e.g. pertaining to digital trade, e-commerce, intellectual property, content, privacy and consumer protection, and so on.
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15:45-16:15Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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16:15 - 16:25
Sponsors MessagesSponsors-Sponsors have an opportunity to address the audience during this time
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16:25 17:20CybersecurityIntroductions (5) - Ernesto Cruz
John Laprise (40)
Q&A (10)
LectureLecturer to focus on global challenges. Need to define the term Cybersecurity whithing the context of Internet. What effect Internet Governance policies may have over Cybersecurity? May present a future scenario of what will happen if there is a specific cyberatack.
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17:20-17:30Day wrap-upErnesto Cruz (10)-Master of Ceremony should summarize the day and explain what's happening the rest of the week.
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Thursday, March 8, 2018
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ItineraryEventFacultyDeliveryDescription
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08:00-09:00Registration / Continental BreakfastStaff-Student, faculty and staff registration. Need identification system (TBD). Maybe two separate ID to use one for audio phones.
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09:00-10:30The Future of Internet : Trust and PrivacyErnesto Cruz - Introductions (5)
William Drake (40)
Q&A (10)
LectureErnesto Cruz to do the introductions for this session. Define the terms Trust and Privacy (T&P) withing the Internet context. What are the future issues concerning T&P and how the governance of the Internet interacts with these?
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10:30-11:00Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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11:00-11:10Sponsors MessagesSponsors-Sponsors have an opportunity to address the audience during this time
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11:10-12:00Net NeutralityErnesto Cruz - Introductions (5)
Mark Bruell (35)
Q&A (10)
LectureWhat is Net Neutrality? What are the concerns and issues with the elimination of NN? What should we expect to see going forward? Provide a comparison of a service with NN and vice-versa. Will the NN elimination affects Internet governace?
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12:00-13:00LunchAllNetworking opportunities.
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12:45-13:45How is the Internet regulated?Eduardo Díaz - Introductions (5)
Olivier Crepin-Leblond (40)
Q & A (15)
LectureMain objective here is to provide a perpective on the issues surrounding regulation of the Internet. What organizations are inviolved and how is done. What should we expet to happen in the future? . Eduardo Díaz to to do the introductions and motivate discussion during the Q&A..
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13:45-14:45Gender & DiversityErnesto Cruz - Introductions (5)
Renata Aquino Ribeiro (40)
Q&A (15)
LectureMain objective is to promote critical thinking about the issues surrounding Gender (male/female/others) & Diversity (geographic/accesibility/social level). Some of these issues are: online violence, lack of access, loss of opportunity when it comes to access to information, education, business, and political activities, etc.
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14:45-15:15Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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15:15 16:45Internet trust from students' perpectiveErnesto Cruz - Introductions (5)
Siranush Vardanyan - Moderator
High School - 1 private/1 public
University - 1 private/1 public
PanelMain objective is to have students offer students perspective on issues associated with Internet Trust as an user from the academia.
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16:45-17:00Day Wrap-upErnesto Cruz (15)-Master of Ceremony should summarize the day, invite everyone to the evening social gathering and explain what's happening the rest of the week.
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19:00-21:00Networking Social event (Pizza time!)AllNetworking opportunities. Locale TBD.
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Friday, March 9, 2018
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ItineraryEventFacultyDeliveryDescription
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08:00-09:00Registration / Continental BreakfastStaff-Student, faculty and staff registration. Need identification system (TBD). Maybe two separate ID to use one for audio phones.
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09:00-10:00
How does the Internet Affect Societies?
Fear, anonymity, ethical, moral, ...
Javier Rúa - Introductions (5)
TBC (Possible Garzón) (40)
Q&A (15)
LectureMain objective is to promote critical thinking on the social impact that the Internet has in society.
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10:00-11:00International Trade & Internet Governance (replace with Inequality and the darker side of the Internet)Javier Rúa - Introductions (5)
William Drake (40) (replace with Tim Unwin)
Q & A (15)
LectureWhich Internet policies are central to trade in the digital economy? Expose what are some of the digital policy issues in trade negotiations but from the North American region standpoint. What new digital policy issues in trade negotiations will be created because of the new tax reform in the US? Which Internet policies are central to trade in the digital economy? Are there any concrete examples to consider? (New description - Many of the sessions in this first NASIG meeting focus on the positive aspects of the Internet and its governance. This session serves to balance such positive accounts with a more critical reflection on the role of the internet, and the interests underlying its governance and use. Whilst there is no doubt that the Internet has contributed significantly to economic growth, this session takes as its starting point the observation that in so doing it has led to substantial increases in inequality throughout the world and at all scales. It begins with an illustration of such increasing inequalities, focusing especially on people with disabilities, out of school youth, and women in patriarchal societies. It then addresses the interests underlying the recent rapid expansion of mobile broadband, exploring in particular the roles of the role of the private sector, governments and civil society. All of these are seen as having focused more on the role out of the technology than on the potential benefits that the Internet can bring to the poorest and most marginalised. The session will conclude with positive recommendations about what still needs to be done to help ensure that the Internet does indeed bring benefits to all people everywhere, and not just to the world’s privileged elites.)

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11:00-11:15Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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11:15-12:30Internet Governance: How can you participate?William Drake - Moderator (5)
Olga Cavalli - South School
Satish Babu - India School
Sandra Hofferichter - Europe School
Raquel Gato - IGF
PanelMain objective is to explain the impact of Internet Governance trough schools and forums in establishing Internet policy, procedures and innovation. The panel should explain what is the difference between an Internet Governace Schools and Internet Governance Forums. William Drake to moderate this session.
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12:30 -13:30LunchAll-Networking opportunities.
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13:30-14:15
Pep talk: It feels good to contribute to a better Internet
Rodrigo de la ParraLectureThe objective is to motivate students to participate in any of the Internet Eco System organizations
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14:15-15:15Engaging with the expertsErnesto Cruz - Introductions (5)
Sandra Hofferichter (IG School)
Mark Bruell (ISOC)
Rodrigo de la Parra (ICANN)
Glenn McKnight (IEEE)
WorkshopThe students will breakout into five groups. Each group will be assigned to an expert in a special topic (i.e Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, etc.). Students will be assigned by staff according to their interest. The main idea is for students to come out with ideas on how they can engage and activelly particpate to contribute with their ideas and opinions in the selected topic hence making the Internet more trustworthy.
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15:15-15:45Coffee BreakAll-Networking opportunities.
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15:45-16:30Engaging with experts groups' reportsGroups' Rapporteur (50)
Q&A (40)
PanelMain objective is to provide a platform for students' participating in suggesting how they are going to get involved in the discussed Internet Governance issues.
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16:30-17:00Day Wrap-upErnesto Cruz (15)-Master of Ceremony should summarize the day, invite everyone to the evening social gathering and explain what's happening the rest of the week.
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19:00-22:00Networking Social event (TBD)All-Networking opportunities with ICANN meeting participants. Locale TBD.
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