WEBCAST APR 1: To sanction or not to sanction the Internet access: A SancNet debate

livestreamOn Friday, April 1st 2022 at 4pm-5pm CEST (14:00-15:00 UTC) the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet), the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law & Policy, Digital Medusa, ARTICLE19, and the University of Amsterdam IN-SIGHT.it project, present ‘To sanction or not to sanction the Internet access: A SancNet debate‘. A panel will tackle questions such as: Can there be “effective” sanctions imposed on the Internet that are proportional, deterrent and not just symbolic? Can we have an interoperable Internet or will SancNet not work?

Andrew Sullivan, CEO, Internet Society
Farzaneh Badii, Founder, Digital Medusa
Bill Woodcock, Executive Director, Packet Clearing House
Yik-Chan Chin, Professor, Beijing Normal University
Svitlana Matvitenko, Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University, School of Communication

Courtney Radsch, Fellow, Institute for Technology, Law & Policy, UCLA / ARTICLE19 US adviser

LIVESTREAM http://livestream.com/internetsociety/sancnet

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