[governance] Important: Call for statement of interest - human right and cybersecurity recommendation endorsement

Analia Aspis analia.aspis at gmail.com
Thu May 5 10:18:27 EDT 2016

Dear Wolfgang,

Thank you very much for your input. It is indeed the result of a very MS
process. I will send you know a private mail so as to coordinate the next


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 9:22 AM, "Kleinwächter, Wolfgang" <
wolfgang.kleinwaechter at medienkomm.uni-halle.de> wrote:

> Dear Analia,
> the 13 recommendations have my full support. The text is very well drafted
> and the main message - the paradigm shift - is full understood and has my
> full endorsement.
> Wolfgang Kleinwächter
> Professor Emeritus, University of Aarhus
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: governance-request at lists.igcaucus.org im Auftrag von Analia Aspis
> Gesendet: Do 05.05.2016 04:53
> An: <governance at lists.igcaucus.org>
> Betreff: [governance] Important: Call for statement of interest - human
> right and cybersecurity recommendation endorsement
> Dear colleagues,
> You are receiving this email on behalf of the Freedom Online Coalition
> (FOC) working group "An Internet Free and Secure" (WG), as a representative
> of an affiliate organization of one of its members.
> As part of an effort to make the FOC a relevant, output-oriented coalition,
> and our objective to make cybersecurity policies human rights respecting by
> design, the WG has produced a set of recommendations for human rights based
> approaches to cybersecurity, for which we are now seeking your endorsement.
> Please find attached the Recommendations and the accompanying narrative.
> We would appreciate if you could indicate your interest in endorsing the
> Recommendations by responding to this email by May 10. If you are not in a
> position to endorse the Recommendations, please let us know why not (by the
> same date, preferably sooner).
> [Additional explanatory text: As a first step towards seeking broader
> community endorsement of the Recommendations, the WG would like to secure
> endorsements from organisations that have been involved in the drafting
> process. To this end, over the course of the month of April, WG members
> will be reaching out to their respective organisations to solicit
> endorsements. Once the endorsement period for WG affiliate organisations
> has closed, the WG plans to seek endorsements from members of other FOC
> working groups, select community leaders and amplifiers, and the FOC
> itself.]
> The WG plans to formally launch the Recommendations, along with a list of
> endorsements, at the upcoming Freedom Online Conference in Costa Rica, to
> be held on October 17-18 in San Jose.
> Should you have any questions, we would be happy to address them.
> Thank you for your consideration. You can contact me privately.
> *Analía Aspis*
> On behalf of FOC Working Group "An Internet Free and Secure",
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