Towards an Inclusive, Equitable, and Accountable Digital Economy

Cancun, Mexico
21 June 2016

The digital economy has undergone rapid changes since the Ministerial in Seoul. Large, new powerful companies control vast amounts of the Internet. Consolidation continues to outpace innovation. The impact on fairness, equality, and fundamental rights is widely seen. Civil Society proposes to engage the OECD, member countries, and others in a dialogue with Civil Society on fundamental social concerns Towards an Inclusive, Equitable, and Accountable Digital Economy. The Civil Society Forum will be held the 21th of June in Cancún, México during the second day of the OECD 2016 Ministerial Meeting on the Digital Economy: Innovation, Growth, and Social Prosperity (20-23 June, 2016).

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Program Committee
  • Bruce Arnold*
  • Renata Ávila*
  • Michael Baak, Public Knowledge
  • Carolina Botero, Karisma (Colombia)
  • Mishi Choudhary, Esq., Software Freedom Law Center
  • Danilo Doneda, Centre for Internet, Law, and Society of the Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Público (Cedis/IDP)
  • Michael Gurstein*
  • Fanny Hidvegi, Electronic Privacy Information Center
  • Cédric Laurant, President, Artículo 12, A.C.
  • Jeremy Malcolm*, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Claire Milne*
  • Dr. Pablo Molina, Georgetown University and American Association of Law Schools
  • Joe McNamee, European Digital Rights Initiative
  • Katitza Rodriguez, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Carolina Rossini, Public Knowledge
  • Marc Rotenberg*, Electronic Privacy Information Center
  • Amie Stepanovich, Access Now
  • Mohammad Tarakiyee*, Association for Progressive Communications
  • Hanno Wagner*, Electronic Digital Rights
(* indicates Steering Committee member)
Reference Groups

Suso Baleato
CSISAC Coordinator