I&J contributed

Published on
April 22, 2016

On April 21, 2016, Internet & Jurisdiction's Director, Bertrand de La Chapelle made a presentation to the Commission on the Digital Economy of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris.

The ICC Commission on the Digital Economy draws upon a cross-section of business leaders and experts from 50 ICC member countries in order to develop policy positions and practical tools for the internet and information communications technology. Its members contribute valuable input to governments to help them draft policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks that address critical internet and ICT issues.

The Commission on the Digital Economy informs the following international organizations:

About the ICC

The International Chamber of Commerce was created by a small group of entrepreneurs in 1919. At present, the ICC is the largest business organization in the world, counting thousands of member companies in more than 120 countries. Members include many of the world’s biggest multinationals as well as small- and medium-sized companies.

The ICC’s stated mission is “to further the development of an open world economy with the firm conviction that international commercial exchanges are conducive to both greater global prosperity and peace among nations.” Its principal activities are rule setting, dispute resolution, and policy advocacy.