[ccwg-internet-governance] WSIS+10 full program of side events + registration + some info on Nov. 24-25 negotiations
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Fri Nov 27 16:11:08 UTC 2015
As you may see from the US comments on the Draft Outcome Document it's proposed to change the important wordings of para 49 with regard human rights and cybersecurity (to replace cybersecurity with cybercrime) http://workspace.unpan.org/sites/Internet/Documents/UNPAN95644.pdf
I could not found position of civil society on this issue in the comments. Do you think it's important to rise this question for broader discussion?
It's very important to safe the wordings related to human rights dimension of cybersecurity! Worth reading: https://opendemocracy.net/wfd/andrew-puddephatt-lea-kaspar/cybersecurity-is-new-battleground-for-human-rights .
Looking forward to meet colleagues in New-York!
NGO Partners for Digital Rights Defenders / Ukraine
>Пятница, 27 ноября 2015, 15:35 UTC от Veni Markovski <veni.markovski at icann.org>:
>Further to my previous message, you may have seen already the program http://unpan3.un.org/wsis10/GA-High-Level-Meeting/Side-Events , and you may want to register for the side events (if you’re planning to be in New York for the meeting), the direct link is https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1d4jBJmOWizsH9LTW1ad0oda4AqhTCTSEEfuLyq6cupI/viewform
>What happened on 24 th and 25 th of November is that the discussion continued on most of the “hot issues”; for the interest of this group, I’d say that there’s still no agreement on language about Internet governance. Some countries propose that paragraph 12 should be deleted; others suggest edits, including replacing the word “multilateral” with “multistakeholder”, or use them simultaneously.
>On the chapter Internet governance, there are still arguments on mainly the first couple of paragraphs, while the last three (58,59 and 60 seem to be more or less OK).
>On enhanced cooperation – still very difficult to see compromise.
>The co-facilitators will have a tremendous task, but I urge you as soon as their draft is published (December 7), to send them comments, and to send these comments via your foreign ministries to the respected Missions to the UN. There will be really one 24 hours for making this communication possible. There’s no reason to discuss the compilation text from November 25 th , as it is full with suggestions and proposals, and edits, etc., but what of these will be used in the next draft – it’s up to the co-facilitators.
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