Die Aufnahme des Forums IT-Recht zum Thema „Darknet – die andere Seite des Internets“, das am 07. November 2016 stattgefunden hat, ist nun auf youtube verfügbar:
Das kommende Forum IT-Recht zum Thema Darknet, das am 07.11.2016 ab 18 Uhr stattfindet, wird abweichend in Raum 1501/201 stattfinden. Wir gehen nach aktuellem Stand außerdem davon aus, das Forum IT-Recht wieder per Livestream übertragen zu können – der Stream wird Montag kurz vor Beginn der Veranstaltung unter www.iri.uni-hannover.de/live.html verfügbar sein.
Über die Fragen rund um das Darknet werden diskutieren:
- Dirk Büchner (Bundeskriminalamt)
- Dr. Benjamin Krause (Generalstaatsanwaltschaft Frankfurt, Zentralstelle zur Bekämpfung der Internetkriminalität)
- Daniel Moßbrucker (Reporter ohne Grenzen)
- Linus Neumann (Chaos Computer Club)
- Christian Rückert (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/ Projekt BITCRIME)
Online Business, Security and Fundamental Human Rights – Enabling Trust on the Internet
On the last day of the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM)[i], October 31, 2016, the MAPPING Second General Assembly, focused on the interrelated issues Internet governance, Privacy and Intellectual Property Rights, is starting in Prague (CZ). The international debate includes a variety of topics, such as: existing and emerging business models as impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation, law enforcement and Intelligence agency perspectives; the interplay between privacy and intellectual property, critical infrastructures and challenges to freedom of expression.
The CARISMAND Steering Committee Meeting will take place on the 26th-27th October 2016. A Review of the project will follow on the 28th in Malta.
CARISMAND – Culture And RISkmanagement in Man-made And Natural Disasters
As risks are not “objective” but socially and culturally constructed, disaster management which is aware, respects,and makes use of local cultural aspects will be not only more effective but, at the same time, also improve the community’s disaster coping capacities. CARISMAND is setting out to identify these factors, to explore existing gaps and opportunities for improvement of disaster policies and procedures, and to develop a comprehensive toolkit which will allow professional as well as voluntary disaster managers to adopt culturally-aware everyday practices. This goal will be achieved by approaching the links, and gaps, between disaster management, culture and risk perception from the broadest possible multi-disciplinary perspective and, simultaneously, developing a feedback-loop between disaster management stakeholders and citizens to establish, test, and refine proposed solutions for culturally-informed best practices in disaster management. Whilst experts from a variety of fields (in particular legal, IT, cognitive science, anthropology, psychology, sociology) will undertake a comprehensive collation of existing knowledge and structures, a number of Citizen Summits and Stakeholder Assemblies will be organised. Systematically, CARISMAND will use an approach that examines natural, man-made and technical disasters, placing at the centre of attention specific aspects that affect culturally informed risk perceptions, eg whether disasters are caused intentionally or not, the different “visibility” of hazards, and various time scales of disasters such as slow/fast onset and short- and long-term effects. By organising six Citizen Summits (two per disaster category per year in two separate locations) where such disaster risks are prevalent , and three Stakeholder Assemblies (one per year) where the results are discussed through a wide crosssectional knowledge transfer between disaster managers from different locations as well as from different cultural backgrounds.