on September 28, 2000.
The conference will bring together leading academic experts, NGO leaders, and privacy officials from around the world to explore current issues in privacy protection. Panel discussions will focus on the globalization of surveillance; copyright protection and
privacy; the EU-US negotiations on transborder data flows (Safe Harbor); and the need for an international convention on data protection.
The first of these conferences was held in Sydney in 1992. Subsequent meetings have taken place in Manchester (1993), The Hague (1994), Copenhagen (1995), Ottawa (1996), Brussels (1997), and Hong Kong (1999).
Consultation due on December 31, 2009
This is a listing of events which may be useful for civil society to participate, connect and network on issues relating to information and communication technologies and policies.
Participation in the World Summit on the Information Society Internet Governance Caucus »
Washington DC, United States. Internet Governance Forum USA
September 14 - 15
Seoul, South Korea. ICANN No. 36.
October 25 -30, 2009
Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt. United Nations. IV Internet Governance Forum November 15-18, 2009