CSISAC is the voice of civil society at the OECD's Committee on the Digital Economy Policy. We facilitate the exchange of information between the OECD and civil society participants, leading to better-informed and more widely accepted policy frameworks.

A group of people talking about the CSISAC goals of privacy and freedom, open standards, decent work, and a free digital culture.



CSISAC members called to elect the Steering Committee for 2015-2017

May 22, 2015

The CSISAC Steering Committee is elected by the CSISAC members to manage the coalition and represent it for a two-year term. The following candidates have been nominated by the CSISAC membership during the nomination period:

  • Marc Rotenberg (EPIC)
  • Jeremy Malcolm (EFF)
  • Hanno Wagner (EDRI)
  • Michael Gurstein (individual member)
  • Bruce Arnold (APF)

CSISAC voters can cast their ballots from the 23rd to the 29th of May. The vote is casted using a web-based voting platform reachable through any standard browser. The vote is anonymous and can be casted using accesibility alternatives.

Consistently with the commitment of CSISAC with diversity, the candidates elected through vote can appoint other additional CSISAC members to ensure gender, regional and expertise balance. The maximum final size of the Steering Committee is eight members.

The full detail of the Steering Committee election can be found in the document describing the CSISAC election process.

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