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Rethinking Media Policy In The Internet Age

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10 Mar 03 - 11 Mar 03 Asia-Europe Foundation Communications Department Corporate & Official Events Culture



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OVERVIEW

This conference was attended by 46 participants -- each an expert or observer from the internet industry or watchdog bodies and associations -- from Europe and Asia. Twenty-one speakers touched on topics such as codes of conduct for internet service providers and the difficulties of policing the internet. During the proceedings, the concept of an Asian-European body on co-operative internet regulation was suggested; this idea received wide endorsement from the participants.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Prof. Bernard Tan, Chairman of the National Internet Advisory Committee, Singapore

Ms. Erika Mann, Member of the European Parliament

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

Bertelsman Foundation

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