I&J contributed

Published on
October 4, 2018

On October 22, 2018, I&J Director Bertrand de La Chapelle participated in the Panel “Thematic Challenges in the Internet Governance Ecosystem – Cybercrime, Data Protection and Privacy”, at the ICANN63 High-Level Governmental Meeting (HLGM) in Barcelona, Spain, that took place on October 20-25, 2018.

The session addressed the need to find solutions to common challenges concerning the balance between the privacy of individuals and the combat against cybercrime, the maintenance of human rights and the conservation of internet’s openness in an environment of increasing national and regional legislations.

The discussion was moderated by Awa N’Diaye, Chairman of the Senegalese Data Protection Agency. Other discussants included John Crain, Chief Security, Stability & Resiliency Office at ICANN, Enrique Factor, Spanish Data Protection Agency, and Steven Wilson, Head of European Cybercrime Centre at Europol.