"La Carta dei Diritti di Internet" e "A Contract for the Web"
Conosci la La Carta dei Diritti di Internet pubblicata il 28/7/2015 dalla Commissione Internet della Camera dei Deputati del Parlamento Italiano ?
Sai che è stato recentemente pubblicato un documento dalla "Web Foundation" chiamato A Contract For The Web ?
Ne discuteranno il 29 Ottobre 2019 al Politecnico di Torino:
Andrea Beccalli (Stakeholder Engagement Director, Europe, ICANN)
Mattia Fantinati (Deputato Parlamento Italiano)
Joy Marino (President of Milan Internet Exchange, MIX)
Silvia Semenzin (PhD Università di Milano)
Emily Sharpe (Web Foundation’s Director of Policy)
“La carta dei Diritti in Internet” illustrazione di Paolo Masiero per La Stampa
"La Carta dei Diritti di Internet", a national declaration issued by the Italian Committee on the Rights and Duties Related to the Internet” on July 28th 2015.
It draws upon similar principles of those explored in "A Contract For The Web" issued in 2019.
Tim Berners-Lee from the Web Foundation addresses the opening ceremony of the 2018 edition of the annual Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon on Nov. 5. (Francisco Leong/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)
Half of the world’s population still can’t get online. For the other half, the web’s benefits seem to come with far too many risks: to our privacy, our democracy, our health and our security.
The Contract for the Web is a global effort to bring governments, companies, civil society and web users together to build a roadmap for how we build a web that serves humanity and is a public good for everyone, everywhere. "La Carta dei Diritti di Internet" is a national declaration issued by the Italian Committee on the Rights and Duties Related to the Internet” on July 28th 2015.
In this session at IGF Italy 2019, panel discussants will share their call of actions aligning the Contract with the Italian Internet Bill of Rights. Both initiatives converge on the quest for a web that safeguards human rights.
The World Wide Web Foundation was invited to host a session at the upcoming IGF Italy from 29-31 October 2019, in Torino. Web Foundation’s representative will be Emily Sharpe, Director of Policy; attendance is confirmed for Day 0.
Emily Sharpe acts as keynote and moderator, introducing the topic for around 15-20min.
Panel discussion is set for another 40-55min.