Caroline Burle is responsible for the Institutional Relations, W3C Brazil Office, hosted by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) and Brazilian Network Information Center (Brazil). She leads many projects at W3C Brazil Office, focused on open data and open government. She also helped to develop the Brazilian Internet Governance Winter School, which was held on August 2014. Caroline has participated of Internet Governance... Read More →
Vagner Diniz is the head of W3C Brazil Office. He is an experienced ICT professional and had worked in the e-government field in Brazil for long time before his assignment to W3C in Brazil. Currently working with web standards and its importance for the future of web. Extra time of dedication is devoted to the web of things and how technologies can change once again how we live. So many changes in such a short time require principles or strong... Read More →
Nica Dumlao is Foundation for Media Alternatives' Program Coordinator for Internet Rights. She leads FMA's content-development, public information and communication, constituency-building, and capacity-building initiatives to advance human rights in digital environments. She coordinates the Global Internet Policy Project in the Philippines that mainly advocates internet rights in national/regional/global policy spaces.She is also one... Read More →
project coordinator, Association for Progressive Communications
Gonzalez is a senior fellow and Ph.D. candidate at the University of Sao Paulo. She worked for six years at GPOPAI – Research Group in Public Policies for Access to Information – at University of São Paulo. She was a participant in the 2011 and 2012 Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest (organized by American University, Washington, D.C.) and served as a representative of the Civil Society Coalition (CSC), an... Read More →
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Wafa Ben Hassine is an Open Technology Fund Fellow working with EFF's international team to research counterterrorism and cybercrime legislation in select Arab countries — Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Tunisia — and how they are used to target human rights defenders and stifle the free expression of regular end users.
Nnenna works to develop cutting-edge collaborations in Africa. Her work has a particular focus on the Alliance for Affordable Internet project and the Web We Want campaign for human rights on and through the Web.
She is an experienced development professional who has worked in the ICT field in Africa for over a decade. As well as leading a highly regarded consultancy platform, Nnenna has in recent years co-founded The Free Software and... Read More →
Ahmet A. Sabancı is a writer, activist and blogger. He has BA degree on Philosophy and his researches are focused on philosophy of web, philosophy of technology and aesthetics. He's an active member of Turkey's Alternative Informatics Association and his works here are focused on censorship, surveillance, decentralization, cryptography and cyber cultures. He's also actively blogging and writing on these topics more than 5 years.