7. Domain Stammtisch München
FREE TICKETThe Domain Stammtisch München is a privately organized, loose meeting of the domain industry, which takes place twice a year. The next meeting is on May 18, 2019, at 11 am in the Hopfengarten. We want to have some fun and talk about the good old days, but also about current domain topics. Participation is free of charge, but every participant has to pay for their own food and drinks.
eco on LOCATION Lars Steffen, Director of eco International & Project Manager of Blockchain & Domains.A RIPE Meeting is a five-day event where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), network operators and other interested parties gather to discuss issues of interest to the Internet community.
M3AAWG 46th General Meeting
eco on LOCATION Julia Janssen-Holldiek, Director of Certified Senders Alliance (CSA); Florian Mielke, Manager Business Development of Certified Senders Alliance (CSA).M3AAWG meetings, which are open to members only, are multiple-track events held three times a year and generally attended by more than 300 participants. Leading industry experts, researchers and public policy officials address such diverse topics as bot mitigation practices, social networking abuse, mobile abuse and pending legislation.
3rd Global Conference of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network
eco on LOCATION Michael Rotert, eco Honorary President; Lars Steffen, Director of eco International & Project Manager of Blockchain & Domains.The meeting will gather senior-level representatives from states, Internet companies, technical operators, civil society, academia and international organizations to advance the development of operational solutions and policy standards for cross-border legal challenges on the internet.
eco on LOCATION Michael Rotert, eco Honorary President; Lars Steffen, Director of eco International & Project Manager of Blockchain & Domains.EuroDIG is not just a conference; it is a year-round dialogue of European stakeholders, and therefore the preparation for the next cycle are already underway. Everyone is welcome to join at any stage!
ICANN65 | Policy Forum
eco on LOCATION Thomas Rickert, Lawyer and Director Names & Numbers; Lars Steffen, Director of eco International & Project Manager of Blockchain & Domains, and Oliver Süme, Chairman of the eco Board and Director of Policy, Law & Regulations.ICANN65 | Policy Forum for 2019. This four-day meeting is focused on current policy development work, outreach, and daily opportunities to network with the community.
European Summer School on Internet Governance (EuroSSIG)
eco on LOCATION Michael Rotert, eco Honorary President; Thomas Rickert, Lawyer and Director Names & Numbers.Do you want to understand the multilayer, multi player mechanisms of Internet Governance? Do you want to know what the political, economic, social and legal implications of Internet Governance are? The 2019 Summer School offers a unique multidisciplinary high level 48 hours academic programme. The programme is a well balanced mixture of theoretical lectures with world leading academics as well as practical presentations from well known experts working directly in the technical community, the market or in policy.
ICANN66 (21st AGM)
eco on LOCATION Thomas Rickert, Lawyer and Director Names & Numbers; Lars Steffen, Director of eco International & Project Manager of Blockchain & Domains; Wolf-Ulrich Knoben, Consultant at DE-CIX.ICANN Meetings are a central principle of ICANN's multi-stakeholder model because they provide a venue for progressing policy work, conducting outreach, exchanging best practices, conducting business deals, interacting among members of the ICANN Community, including Board and Staff, and learning about ICANN.
Internet Governance Forum 2019
eco on LOCATION Michael Rotert, eco Honorary President.The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was set up as an open discussion platform of the United Nations for key legal, political, social and technical issues relating to the internet. The IGF is designed according to the “multi-stakeholder” model, meaning that all the relevant societal groups are equally involved in preparations and implementation: from governments, civil society, business, academia, international organisations and the technical community.