When: 14-17 September 2010
Where: Vilnius, Lithuania
Highlights: The entire meeting was Webcast, with video streaming provided from the main session room and all nine other meeting rooms. Remote participation was strengthened in cooperation with the remote participation working group. Remote hubs in 32 locations around the world provided the means for more than 600 people who could not travel to the meeting to participate actively in the forum and contribute to discussions.
Internet Society 2010 IGF Workshops
Please Note: All workshops are archived on the IGF 2010 Website.
Priorities for the long term stability of the Internet
Internet Society Moderator: Bill Graham
Workshop Purpose: To identify questions and messages that could be forwarded to the technical community, business and policy makers to help focus future work.
Find out more about the workshop that outlines priorities for the long term stability of the Internet.
The Future of Privacy
Internet Society Panelist: Christine Runnegar, Senior Manager Public Policy, Internet Society
Workshop Purpose: As governments around the world are currently developing or adapting their Privacy frameworks, we would like to take a step into the next decade, and critically examine the future of Privacy in the online environment.
Find out more about the Future of Privacy Workshop.
Network Neutrality: What is Appropriate in Managing the Network
Internet Society Panelist: Lynn St Amour, President and CEO, ISOC
Workshop Purpose: To partner with other groups to present a balanced, multi-stakeholder, workshop that brings about the perspectives of different stakeholders and offers ample opportunity for audience participation.
Find out more about the workshop on Network Neutrality: What is Appropriate in Managing the Network