Researchers, digital activists, and policymakers are invited to join this online discussion, which will explore current and potential European approaches to internet standardization.
The online event will focus on a report written by Clément Perarnaud during his Open Future fellowship. The 90-minute event will consist of two main parts:
The discussion will take place on February 23 between 11:30 am and 1 pm CET.
The report, which is currently open for feedback and comments via PubPub, focuses on unpacking the European Union’s policy approach to Internet standardization. Exploring the concretization of new digital sovereignty-oriented policies, it reflects on the current EU vision for the future of the open internet, along with its inconsistencies. The publication also delineates key recommendations for national/EU policymakers to propose an alternative policy approach conducive to more openness, both at the technical and political levels.
If you’d like to attend the roundtable, please register by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org; we will follow up with meeting details.
To read more about Clément and his work, go here.