Canadian National Dialogue on the Future of the Internet
Organized by The SecDev Foundation and eQualitie
What does the Internet mean to you? Are you concerned about who owns your digital data? Do you want to make a difference in reducing the impact of fake news and cyber-bullying? On October 23-24, 2020, Canadians from across the country will gather (virtually) to share their views on the future of the internet. The Canadian Dialogue is part of the Global Dialogue on the Future of the Internet, taking place in more than 70 countries across the world.
Join us to share your views on the Internet! It is your chance to participate in decision-making that will shape your digital life.
When and where?
This fully online event is split into four sessions over two days, October 23-24. Those who register will receive an invitation to join the event on Zoom.
Those who register will receive an invitation to join the event on Zoom.
Session 1. Internet and Me (October 23, 12:00-14:00 EDT)
Session 2. My Digital Data (October 23, 15:00-17:00 EDT)
Session 3. The Digital Public Sphere (October 24, 12:00-14:00 EDT)
Session 4. Artificial Intelligence (October 24, 15:00-17:00 EDT)
Want to know more about the topics that will be discussed during the Dialogue?
We have a lot of great content to get you started on some of the topics that will be discussed during the Dialogue.
The Canadian National Dialogue on the Future of the Internet is co-organized by The SecDev Foundation and eQualitie.
The SecDev Foundation: Digital Opportunity, Safety and Citizenship. We are a Canadian-based think-do tank that works at the interface of security, development and the game-changing impacts of cyberspace. We are committed to building better digital futures for all.
eQualitie develops open and reusable systems with a focus on privacy, resilience and self-determination. Our goal is to create accessible technology to promote and defend human rights on the Internet.