I&J Status Reports

I&J Status Reports survey key stakeholders of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network to track trends, actors and solutions around the world. Their Global and Regional editions help foster policy coherence and legal interoperability in cyberspace.

Consult also the I&J Retrospect Database that tracks monthly trends since 2012.

Publications

Outcomes of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network and I&J Status Reports

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I&J Outcome: Request Components for Access to Subscriber Information (REF: 20-112)

September 30, 2020

The document lists the components of a request that actors may require when making or processing a request for access to subscriber information under existing voluntary disclosure regimes. This information can improve the quality of...

I&J Outcome: Cross-border Access to Electronic Evidence: General Regime Architecture (REF: 20-111)

September 30, 2020

The document identifies a corresponding set of core components that form a common grid of analysis for policy actors from government, business, civil society, and academia in the context of ongoing debates around cross-border access...

I&J Outcome: Technical Abuse Notifiers (REF: 20-110)

July 21, 2020

DNS Operators receive technical abuse complaints (“Notices”) from a variety of sources representing different types of stakeholders in the DNS ecosystem (“Notifiers”). The document provides an overview of the types of notifiers, as well as...

I&J Outcome: Minimum Notice Components for Technical Abuse (REF: 20-109)

July 21, 2020

DNS Operators frequently receive complaints of technical abuse “Notices” in a broad diversity of formats that often do not contain sufficient information for investigation and action. The resource proposes a list of components that support...

I&J Outcome: DNS Operators’ Decision-Making Guide to Address Technical Abuse (REF: 20-108)

July 21, 2020

DNS Operators receive technical abuse complaints (“Notices”) from a variety of sources representing different types of stakeholders in the DNS ecosystem (“Notifiers”). The document provides an overview of the types of notifiers, as well as...

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