Cyberspace has evolved into one of the most critical domains of the modern era. Composed of technical, economic, political and civil society spheres the Internet given its domestic and international character poses one of the most challenging public policy conundrums of our generation.
The benefits of the Internet our self-evident, however, governments and NGOs, both domestic and international, are struggling to find the best process to establish norms and regulations for governance. Democracies are attempting to balance privacy with security while authoritarian regimes are using cyber tools to respond to the power of organized public social networks.
How are we to establish rules of the road for the Internet highway for economic interests, intelligence organizations and the military?
On October 11, Harvey Rishikof, the Chair of the ABA Advisory Committee for the Standing Committee on Law and National Security, will discuss the questions outlined above at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. The talk will take place in Room 108N from 4 to 6 PM.
Space is limited. Register today.