At RIPE66 in Dublin in mid-May, Benno Overeinder from NLNetLabs and I organized a panel: "Seven Years of Anti-Spoofing: What Happened Since the RIPE Task Force and What Still Needs to be Done." We were lucky to get six great panelists representing ISPs, vendors, and the Dutch National High Tech Crime Unit. The panelists were:
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The European Commission and Parliament are currently in the process of reviewing and amending drafts of a new Data Protection Regulation. This note suggests three compelling reasons why the Regulation should be kept strong, and some specific areas in which amendments are ill advised and should be rejected.
The Internet Society works at the intersection of technology and policy focusing on ensuring the Internet is stable, secure and resilient.
To do so, it is important that these issues be addressed by all stakeholders in a spirit of collaboration and shared responsibility. It is also important that these issues be addressed in ways that do not undermine the global architecture of the Internet or curtail internationally recognized human rights.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Commission to update copyright framework
From Routing Security to Secure Routing
This paper discusses solutions to illegal on-line activities. Policymakers, legislators, and regulators around the globe want to combat illegal online activities such as child pornography, infringement of intellectual property rights and cybercriminal activities. The Internet Society agrees that these are critical issues to address but we also believe that they must be in ways that do not undermine the global architecture of the Internet or curtail internationally recognized human rights.
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