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Published on
May 15, 2017

Internet & Jurisdiction hosted a Flash Session at the 2017 Pan-European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG), from June 6-7 in Tallinn, Estonia.

Understanding Jurisdictional Dynamics in Internet Governance

Jurisdiction is a topic that is increasingly high on the Internet Governance agenda. However, understanding the multitude of cross-cutting jurisdictional challenges on the internet can be difficult. I&J’s Flash Session briefly outlined current jurisdictional dynamics to give insight into the fundamental questions underlying each of Internet & Jurisdiction’s three programs: Data, Content, and Domains.

Related Reading

Framing papers describing the challenges, approaches, and initiatives related to each of the questions above, can be found on Internet & Jurisdiction's program pages, or by clicking the icons below:

Internet & Jurisdiction Problem Framing: Cross-border Access to User Data        Internet & Jurisdiction Problem Framing: Cross-border Content Takedown        Internet & Jurisdiction Problem Framing: Cross-border Domain Suspension

About EuroDIG

The Pan-European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) is an open platform for informal and inclusive discussions on public policy issues related to Internet governance. Since 2008, EuroDIG has pulled together a variety of actors and national perspectives in an open and multistakeholder forum to share their expertise and best practices and, where possible, identify common ground.

Last year, Internet & Jurisdiction's Paul Fehlinger moderated the concluding plenary session of the 2016 EuroDIG in Brussels, titled Internet Fragmentation and Digital Sovereignty: Implications for Europe.