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Wednesday, March 30 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Combatting Terrorism Online

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In the past 18 months, terrorist attacks in Paris, Copenhagen, Ankara, Beirut, San Bernardino, and other cities have led to increasing calls from governments to restrict online content deemed “extremist.” States have passed laws prohibiting incitement, glorification, or promotion of terrorism; they have sought to enter into public-private partnerships that lack transparency; and they have called for ICT companies to play a more active role in preventing the use of their technologies for terrorist purposes. But is the restriction of online content effective in preventing radicalization and stemming recruitment by groups such as ISIS? How should companies and users best respond to the expansion of Internet Referral Units and other informal arrangements in a way that respects the rights to freedom of expression and privacy? What role should governments, companies, and other stakeholders play in facilitating the dissemination of alternative narratives?

As part of its policy dialogue on the subject of extremist content online, the Global Network Initiative has convened discussions aimed at exploring key questions and fostering collaboration on the issue of extremist content online and the ICT sector in a multi-stakeholder setting. This panel will present some of the preliminary conclusions and recommendations that have emerged from these discussions.

Speakers
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Bennett Freeman

Co-Founder & Board Secretary, Affiliation Global Network Initiative
Over the last 17 years of a three decade-long career, Bennett Freeman has worked at the intersection of multinational companies, responsible investors, NGOs, governments and international institutions to promote corporate responsibility, sustainability and human rights around the world. An innovative leader in the fields of business and human rights, natural resource governance and responsible investment, he has played key roles in developing and... Read More →
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Yves Nissim

Deputy Chief CSR Officer, Orange
Yves is deputy Chief CSR Officer of the Orange Group. His main field of expertise is Group CSR transformation, CSR reporting for the Group, stake holder dialogue and Human rights. He has carried Stake holder dialogue based on Orange CSR Strategy, in the main countries of the Orange footprint, including western and eastern Europe, Africa and middle east countries. | Yves has served in 2014 as Chair of the Telecom Industry Dialogue dedicated to... Read More →


Wednesday March 30, 2016 5:15pm - 6:15pm
The Bridge

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