This open dialogue centered on issues tied to security, privacy and openness. It followed two mainstage panel discussions earlier in the day titled "Dimensions of Cybersecurity and Cybercrime" and "Fostering Security, Privacy and Openness."
Among the people featured in the video clips from this panel is Everton Lucero, vice chairman and representative from Brazil on ICANN's Government Advisory Council, pictured at right in a screen-capture made during the process of gathering the video files for this page. These video clips were recorded from thousands of miles away from Hyderabad, at Elon University in North Carolina. They are a remote capture of the live web-video stream produced from IGF. The files have some dropouts, freezes and other glitches, but for the most part the video and audio are clean and clear. Special thanks to the technical advisers who handled the video streaming from IGF to allow remote participants to play a role. Due to technical limitations on the receiving end, some of the content of this session was not recorded. The clips here are from the concluding segment. A PDF of the full UN transcript of the event is linked below.
The host for the session was BBC journalist Jonathan Charles. These are QuickTime video files that require a high-speed connection. We will later link them on YouTube in a smaller, more convenient file size.
Full UN transcript of the open dialogue on Trust, Privacy, Cybersecurity and Cybercrime
Additional information can be found on the IGF site: http://www.intgovforum.org.
Natasha Primo, National ICT Policy Advocacy Coordinator
for the Association for Progressive Communications sums up the session.