On behalf of the Development and Peace Foundation, Matthias C. Kettemann
and Alexandra Paulus have published an analysis on the update of the Internet Rules. Together with Germany's Cyber Ambassador, Dr. Regine Grienberger, the two authors* will discuss what role Germany can fill in the reform of global digital policy.
About the event
The Internet needs an update. For 20 years, little has changed in the basic structure of Internet governance. Now there are proposals to reform the architecture of cooperation on the Internet. Last year also saw new proposals on cyber norms to influence state behavior. Germany is heavily involved in the development processes of new institutions and powerful online norms.
Thursday, February 11th, 2021
12:00: Welcome by Dr. Michèle Roth, Development and Peace Foundation (sef:), Bonn, Germany.
12:05: Presentation of the study: Kettemann/Paulus, An Update for the Internet Reform of Global Digital Cooperation 2021, sef: Global Governance Spotlight 4|2020 with PD Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann (HIIG/Leibniz Institute for Media Research): Cyber Institution Reform 2021 and Alexandra Paulus (TU Chemnitz): Cyber Norms 2021
12:25 p.m.: Assessment of cybergovernance 2021 with cyber ambassador Dr. Regine Grienberger, German Foreign Office
12:40-13:30: Workshop discussion
Anna Sophia Tiedeke (HIIG/HU Berlin)
will be the moderator.
The workshop discussion is part of the HIIG-Research Group Global Constitutionalism
and the Internet and the International Internet Law
If you would like to participate in the event, please find the registration form