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Wed 23

March 23 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm EDT

Content and Governance Online: Working Together for a Better Internet

R Street

Camilla Bustani, Director, International at Ofcom
Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Counsellor for Digital Economy Policy, Delegation of the European Union to the US
Rebekah Tromble, Director of the Institute for Data, Democracy, and Politics, George Washington University
Nathalie Maréchal, Senior Policy and Partnerships Manager, Ranking Digital Rights
John Sands, Senior Director, Knight Foundation

In September, the R Street Institute released a report offering points of consensus and propositions for further consideration to a global community in the midst of substantial changes to both private and public policy for online platforms. The next month witnessed the launch of the Integrity Institute, an independent nonprofit focused on building a community of practitioners and researchers with the shared goal of improving online integrity. These efforts reflect a broad and diverse field of advocacy, analysis and research working in parallel to conversations in national and regional governments regarding potential changes to legal and regulatory frameworks governing internet companies and services.

This event will bring together government representatives and non-governmental stakeholders to discuss content policy and governance. Discussions will focus less on particular industry practices or prospective regulations and more on the structural and procedural conditions that can help facilitate the effective collaborations that lead to sustained improvements. In practice, internet governance is a complex system with outcomes determined by interactions among markets, governments, users and non-governmental organizations.

This event is a collaboration between the R Street Institute, with Senior Fellow for Internet Governance Chris Riley serving as the lead, and the Integrity Institute, including its cofounders Sahar Massachi and Jeff Allen and Integrity Institute Fellow Katie Harbath.

This event is supported by the Knight Foundation.
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