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Tuesday, September 2 • 9:00am - 10:30am
WS129: Internet tech and policy: privacy, data flows and trust

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Evolving Internet technologies, including the cloud, big data, and data analytics hold the promise to bring us profound benefits by addressing important societal issues in healthcare, education, transportation, energy and security, to name a few. But the power of these and related tools also raise important societal and legal concerns, including privacy, data security, and issues of jurisdiction and competition.

All stakeholders in the Internet ecosystem have an expectation of data protection and privacy of their communications. Businesses, governments, civil society and users are all presently engaged in dialogues that aim to restore and ensure trust in evolving Internet technologies through technical measures, legal developments, and policy advocacy.

The workshop participants will discuss key elements of these dialogues including but not limited to encryption and other privacy enhancements; the rule of law; the interplay of innovation, data use and societal benefits with risk analysis and mitigation; and the need to facilitate cross-border data flows, while ensuring data privacy and security.


Eric Loeb

Vice President International External Affairs, AT&T
Eric H. Loeb is responsible for supporting AT&T’s international external affairs team.  AT&T is a premier global communications company, providing wholesale services and mobile roaming services to over 220 countries and territories, and providing business enterprise services to countries representing over 99 percent of the world’s economy.     In addition to implementing market access and compliance... Read More →


Joseph Alhadeff

Vice President for Global Public Policy and Chief Privacy Strategist, Oracle Corporation
Mr. Alhadeff is the Chief Privacy Strategist and Vice-President for Global Public Policy at Oracle Corporation, where he is responsible for coordinating and managing Oracle's international electronic commerce, privacy and Internet-related policy issues.   In addition to his role at Oracle, Mr. Alhadeff serves as Chair of the ICC Commission on the Digital Economy.  Mr. Alhadeff also serves as Vice-Chair of the United States Council for... Read More →
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Bertrand De La Chapelle

Director, Internet & Jurisdiction Project
Director and Co-Founder of the Internet & Jurisdiction Project

Mukesh Chulani

Program Manager, IDC Government Insights
Mukesh Chulani is a research manager for the IDC Government Insights program in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region. In this role, he is responsible for developing and driving a public sector-dedicated research practice. Leveraging his research among government end users and ICT vendors, Mr. Chulani provides insight combined with consulting services that address decision-making strategies, procurement patterns, and ICT trends that impact... Read More →

Roland Doll

Vice President, European Affairs, Deutsche Telekom
Roland Doll is responsible for European and multinational Affairs of Deutsche Telekom. He studied law at Universities of Frankfurt and Lausanne and is a post-graduate in international commercial law of the University of Aberdeen (UK).   Before joining Deutsche Telekom in 1997 he held the positions of assistant professor at University of Frankfurt and as researcher in telecommunications law and regulation at the Scientific Institute... Read More →

Ana Neves

Director, Department of the Information Society, FCT, Ministry of Education and Science, Portugal
Ms. Ana Neves serves as Director of the Department of Information Society at the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (FCT) in Portugal since 1st of March 2012, following the merging of the “Knowledge Society Agency–UMIC”, where she served as Head of International Affairs from 1st September 2008 until 29th February 2012. The FCT is currently the public entity in Portugal with the mission of... Read More →
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Katitza Rodriguez

International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Katitza Rodriguez is EFF's International Rights Director. She concentrates on comparative policy of international privacy issues, with special emphasis on law enforcement, government surveillance, and cross border data flows. Her work in EFF's International Program also focuses on cybersecurity at the intersection of privacy, freedom of expression, and copyright enforcement.

Remote Moderators

Constance Weise

Policy Manager, ICC’s Commission on the Digital Economy and its BASIS initiative
Constance Weise joined ICC in April 2011 to support the substantive policy work of ICC’s Commission on the Digital Economy and ICC’s initiative, Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS). Ms Weise joined ICC from London, UK, where she was working at the European headquarters of American Express’ corporate division in International Account Development Management and Acquisition Marketing. In these roles, Ms... Read More →

Tuesday September 2, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
Workshop Room 05 (Rumeli -1 Floor / Room 3)

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