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Friday, April 1 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
New Frontiers: Lightning Talks

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"Accountability of Internet governance organizations" 
ID: 348 — Farzaneh Badiei (ICANN) 
Private Internet  organizations or even international Internet fora usually do not function  in the shadow of law or invoking legal mechanisms against them is illusive.  How can we hold such Internet governance organizations that affect us with their policies and decisions accountable?  And why do we need to care about accountability of Internet governance organizations? 

"Lack of digital short feedback loops that lead to human right infringements in developing nations"
ID: 326 — Priyash Bista
Impact of communicating information to vulnerable populations in developing nations could mean the difference between life and death for some. The current model that allows organisations to operate in re-building or improving community situations ignore the need to convene critical information back to the affected community. This loss of realisation is an infringement on Article 22 of the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms.
This session will focus on information distribution that have resulted in the positive effect of succinct information dissemination in Zambia, and also how it has prolonged the effects of disastrous diseases in Haiti. By doing so, this session will provide further evidence as to why communication needs to stay alive once the operating organisation disengages with the physical community.

"Swiping Left On University Servers: How College Students Are At-Risk Users"
ID: 696 — Olivia Martin
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"Human Rights of Adolecents and Women Users in Brazil”
ID: 107 — Alyne Andrade (President, Brazilian Institute of Cyberlaw)
We will treat the Rights of Children and Adolescents and the Women's Law on the Internet, what are the legal consequences of the problem in Brazilian law. Let's talk about Social Project on the Misuse of the Internet by children and adolescents and the piracy practiced by Children and Adolescents (download movie, music, computer programs, misuse marks) that has already been done for 2,500 listeners. 

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Alyne Andrade

President, IBDI (Brazilian Institute of Cyber Law)
Alyne de Andrade de Oliveira Bezerra. Lawyer, Master Degree in Intellectual Property from the Faculty of Law of Lisbon, president of the Brazilian Institute of Cyber Law (IBDI), coordinator in the area of Business Law at the School of Laweyrs (ESA) of OAB/PE (“Bar Association in Brazil”), member of the Commission on Intellectual Property OAB/PE (“Bar Association” in Brazil) and owner of the company Alyne Andrade – Trademarks and Patents... Read More →
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Farzaneh Badiei

Associate Researcher, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Farzaneh Badiei is an associate researcher at Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. She is finalizing her PhD at the Institute of Law and Economics, Hamburg University, Germany. Farzaneh’s research focuses on the institutional design of online private justice systems in commercial contexts. She is also interested in studying online intermediaries such as social networks and payment intermediaries and their justice systems, using a... Read More →
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Priyash Bista

RightsCon Assistant Coordinator, RightsCon
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Olivia Martin

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Friday April 1, 2016 5:15pm - 6:15pm
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