On 23 October 2012, the Internet Technical Advisory Committee to the OECD (ITAC) convened for its second annual meeting in Paris, on the margins of the OECD 64th ICCP Session.
ITAC brings together the counsel and expertise of technically focused organizations in a decentralized and networked approach to policy formulation for the Internet economy. The group was officially recognized in 2009 by the OECD Council, following the 2008 Seoul Ministerial on the Future of the Internet Economy.
Participants discussed past, current and future contributions from the Internet technical community to the work of the OECD Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy (ICCP) and its working parties. Since 2009, ITAC membership has grown to count 25 active organizations situated in various areas of the Internet community, providing expertise in fields such as privacy, identity or IP interconnection.
Several participants from the following organizations attended the meeting:
- RIPE NCC
- Representatives from the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD (BIAC)
- Representative form the Civil Society Advisory Committee to the OECD (CSISAC)
- ICCP Chair Jørgen C Abild Andersen
- STI Director Andrew Wyckoff
- OECD Secretariat staff (Taylor Reynolds, Verena Weber, Rudolf van den Berg)
- ITAC meeting agenda
- Presentation by IEEE on Open Standards Paradigm (Priscilla Amalraj)
- Update on WPISP activities (Gershon Yanssen OASIS, Christine Runnegar ISOC)
- Presentation by ISOC Next Generation Leaders fellow Solon Barocas (USA) on “Hazarding A Guess: The Dangers of Mining Big Data“
- Presentation by ISOC Next Generation Leaders fellow Keisha Taylor (Trinidad & Tobago) on “Big Data for Better or Worse:Transforming Stakeholders & Development; Influenced by ICT Governance/Policy“