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Internet Technical Community Forum Agenda - June 16 2008

Internet Technical Community Forum Agenda - June 16 2008 Download PDF

Date: 16 Jun 2008

Document Type: Reports

 

Date: 16 June 2008, Seoul Korea
Venue: Grand Ball room Agenda

 

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Time Description
09:00 - 09:45

Opening Ceremony: Opening ceremony

- Bill Graham (ISOC): Opening speech: The community’s participation in the ministerial’s preparation, announcement of the deliverable of the day (ITC Memorandum)

- Korean representative (tbd): Welcoming remarks

- Olaf Kolkman (IAB): How the Internet works, how it is constantly evolving

- Markus Kummer (IGF): Prospective analysis justifying the process of the ministerial and the interest of sharing the ITC’s expertise, emphasizing utility of multi-stakeholderism

09:40 - 11:00

Fuelling Creativity

  • ITC: Chair of the session, setting the framework, towards the final ITC declaration
    • - Joi Ito (Creative Commons), Jun Murai (KEIO university, representative from NIDA: A prospective view on Creativity: The scaling up of the network, the need to support the Internet through research and infrastructure development (prospective)
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    • - Paul Wilson (APNIC): The impact of the end-to-end architecture on innovation
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    • - Daniel Dardailler (W3c): ICT skills, digital and media literacy, education to access
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    • - Doug Van Houweling (Internet2): New open models of collaboration, new models of intellectual property
  • Bill Graham (ISOC): Conclusions and output for the ITC declaration
11:00 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 - 12:45

Building Confidence

  • ITC: Chair of the session, setting the framework, towards the final ITC declaration

 

- John Klensin: A prospective view on Confidence: Future threats ahead of us prospective

- Bill Woodcock:

- Marc Rotenberg(EPIC): The evolving notion of privacy

- OECD member state (tbd): Challenges of cross border and multi- stakeholder cooperation to fight cyber-criminality, the development of self-regulation and co-regulation (case-study approach)

  • Lynn St. Amour (ISOC): Conclusions and output for the ITC declaration
12:35 - 14:30 Networking Lunch
14:30 - 16:10

Benefiting from Convergence

  • ITC: Chair of the session, setting the framework, towards the final ITC declaration

- Nii Quaynor (AFNOG): A prospective view on Convergence, the speed of Convergence, the steps to expect

- Alain Durand (Comcast): The necessity of preserving a collaborative model in the context of convergence

R.. Meijer (SIDN): The issues related to network neutrality: investment in broadband infrastructures and availability of spectrum, interoperability fairness of network use, universal service and the role of government

Dr Philip Smith (NANOG): The state of the Internet routing infrastructure: address exhaustion, routing table growth and degradation, IPv6 migration, etc.

- Sam Paltrige (OECD): Effects of IXPs and critical infrastructure

  • Leslie Daigle (ISOC): Conclusions and output for the ITC declaration
16:10 - 16:30 Q&A Session
16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break
17:00 - 17:30

Conclusion

  • Paul Twomey (ICANN): How to balance the 3 “Cs”: Creativity, Confidence and Convergence
  • Bill Graham (ISOC): Deliverable: ITC Memorandum, future cooperation between OECD and stakeholders
19:00 - 20:30 Welcome Reception organised by Korea