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Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012
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Andrea Glorioso: No Disconnect Strategy - SESERV Workshop, June 2012

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  • 1. No  Disconnect  Strategy       Andrea  Glorioso  European  Commission  –  DG  Information  Society  and  Media  Unit  A3  (Internet;  Network  and  Information  Security)     Andrea.Glorioso@ec.europa.eu    
  • 2.                 Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 3.                Human   rights   activists   worldwide   have   championed  the   power   of   technology   (e.g.   Internet   and   mobile  phones)   as   tools   for   democracy   and   positive   societal  change.     Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 4.                Information   and   Communications   Technologies  (ICTs)   can   broadly   support   and   advance   freedom,  facilitate   the   exercise   of   Human   Rights   and   enable   the  peaceful  transition  to  democracy.   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 5.                  But   ICTs   can   also   be   used   to   augment   repressive  regimes   capabilities   for   censorship,   surveillance   and  human  rights  violations.   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 6.         Origins  of  the  No  Disconnect  Strategy     Joint  Communication  of  the  European  Commission  and   the  High-­‐Representative  of  the  Union  for  Foreign  Affairs   and  Security  Policy  of  8  March  2011     “A  Partnership  for  Democracy  and  Shared   Prosperity  with  the  Southern  Mediterranean”   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 7.         Action  23  of  the  South  Mediterranean  Action  Plan      The  EU  will  explore  ways  to  assist  individual  citizens  and   civil  society  organizations,  in  particular  tools  to  Qight   arbitrary  censorship  restrictions  and  protect  against   illegitimate  surveillance,  to  remove  barriers  to  free   access  to  Internet  and  other  electronic  communications   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 8.         Action  23  of  the  South  Mediterranean  Action  Plan      The  EU  will  explore  ways  to  assist  individual  citizens  and   civil  society  organizations,  in  particular  tools  to  Qight   arbitrary  censorship  restrictions  and  protect  against   illegitimate  surveillance,  to  remove  barriers  to  free   access  to  Internet  and  other  electronic  communications   +   Cooperation  with  Southern  Mediterranean  countries  on:   –  telecommunications  policy   –  audiovisual  and  media  policy   –  education  and  research   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 9. 9  December  2011     Vice-­‐President  Kroes  speaks  at  the  Dutch  Ministerial   Conference  on  Internet  Freedom  (The  Hague)  and   presents  the  main  elements  of  the  strategy  for  2012-­‐13:    1.  Technological  development  2.  Training  and  awareness  raising  3.  European  capability  for  situational  awareness  4.  Cooperation   with   industry   (CSR),   within   the   EU   and   with  third  countries   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 10.         (1)  Technological  development  /  (2)  trainin  and  awareness    Not   just   to   technical   solutions:   citizens   empowerment   through  education   and   training   in   the   risks   and   beneUits   that   result   from  the   Internet,   to   ensure   the   security   and   privacy   of   their  communications  as  well  as  their  ability  to  counter  censorship.       Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 11.         (1)  Technological  development  /  (2)  training  and  awareness    Not   just   to   technical   solutions:   citizens   empowerment   through  education   and   training   in   the   risks   and   beneUits   that   result   from  the   Internet,   to   ensure   the   security   and   privacy   of   their  communications  as  well  as  their  ability  to  counter  censorship.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   European  Instrument  for  Democracy  and  Human  Rights  (2012)       Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 12.         (1)  Technological  development  /  (2)  training  and  awareness    Not   just   to   technical   solutions:   citizens   empowerment   through   education  and  training  in  the  risks  and  beneUits  that  result  from   the   Internet,   to   ensure   the   security   and   privacy   of   their   communications  as  well  as  their  ability  to  counter  censorship.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   European  Instrument  for  Democracy  and  Human  Rights  (2012)     Mid-­‐  to  long-­‐term   FP7:  Future  Internet  Research  and  Experimentation  (2012-­‐2013)   FP7:  “Trust  and  Security”  objective  (2013)   FP7:  Social  Science  and  Humanities  (2012-­‐2013)   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 13. (3)  European  capability  for  situational  awareness    Multi-­‐disciplinary,  real-­‐time  situational  awareness  to  act  as  "early  warning",   complemented   with   technical   capabilities   that   provide  insights   about   the   "state   of   the   Internet"   like   its   integrity,  resilience,   security   and   stability.   Reliable   data   to   feed   into   the  policy  making  process.     Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 14. (3)  European  capability  for  situational  awareness    Multi-­‐disciplinary,  real-­‐time  situational  awareness  to  act  as  "early   warning",  complemented  with  technical  capabilities  that  provide   insights   about   the   "state   of   the   Internet"   like   its   integrity,   resilience,   security   and   stability.   Reliable   data   to   feed   into   the   policy  making  process.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   Study  on  “Internet  monitoring  tools  and  methodologies”  (2012)     Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 15. (3)  European  capability  for  situational  awareness    Multi-­‐disciplinary,  real-­‐time  situational  awareness  to  act  as  "early   warning",  complemented  with  technical  capabilities  that  provide   insights   about   the   "state   of   the   Internet"   like   its   integrity,   resilience,   security   and   stability.   Reliable   data   to   feed   into   the   policy  making  process.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   Study  on  “Internet  monitoring  tools  and  methodologies”  (2012)     Mid-­‐  to  long-­‐term   CIP:  “Open  data”  projects  (2013)   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 16.         (4)  Cooperation  with  industry  (CSR)    •  The   private   sector   owns   or   controls   most   of   that   Internet   technical   infrastructure  and  related  services,  playing  a  key  role  in  enabling  the   effective  exercise  of  human  rights  and  fundamental  freedoms.  •  Corporate  social  responsibility  frameworks  can  serve  guidance  for   companies  operating  in  potentially  "problematic"  environments.   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 17.         (4)  Cooperation  with  industry  (CSR)    •  The   private   sector   owns   or   controls   most   of   that   Internet   technical   infrastructure  and  related  services,  playing  a  key  role  in  enabling  the   effective  exercise  of  human  rights  and  fundamental  freedoms.  •  Corporate  social  responsibility  frameworks  can  serve  guidance  for   companies  operating  in  potentially  "problematic"  environments.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   Development  of  “guidance”  for  European  ICT/Internet     industry  to  implement  the  “Ruggie  Framework”  (2012)   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 18.         (4)  Cooperation  with  industry  (CSR)    •  The   private   sector   owns   or   controls   most   of   that   Internet   technical   infrastructure  and  related  services,  playing  a  key  role  in  enabling  the   effective  exercise  of  human  rights  and  fundamental  freedoms.  •  Corporate  social  responsibility  frameworks  can  serve  guidance  for   companies  operating  in  potentially  "problematic"  environments.     Short-­‐  to  mid-­‐term   Development  of  “guidance”  for  European  ICT/Internet     industry  to  implement  the  “Ruggie  Framework”  (2012)     Mid-­‐  to  long-­‐term   Rationalise  the  many  different  initiatives   Achieve  critical  mass  in  the  Internet/ICT  industry   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 19. (4)  Other  cooperation  activities     Within  the  EU   On-­‐going  dialogue     With  third  countries   On-­‐going  dialogue   (But…  too  many  "coalitions"?   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 20. We  are  not  an  island...    • Charter  of  Fundamental  Rights  of  the  EU  • COM(2010)  573  –  “Strategy  for  the  effective  implementation  of  the  Charter  of  Fundamental  Rights  by  the  European  Union”  • COM(2011)  886  –  “Human  Rights  and  Democracy  at  the  heart  of  EU  external  action”  • Regulatory  cooperation  with  third  countries  • EU  Electronic  Communications  Regulatory  Framework  • Policies  on  media  pluralism  • European  Strategy  for  Cyber-­‐Security   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  
  • 21. (?)  

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