Join The MLi Group Poli-Cyber™ Security & Innovator Meet Accelerator / Investor “iMai™” Summits, Hosted by London Campus, a Google Space, February 1 & 2, 2016.
Part of the MLi Group Global Summit Series, GSS: "Prepare For The New MiLE™"
Limited Speaking and Sponsorship opportunities remain available.
Contact us at Summits (@) MLiGrp.com with your interest.
Who Should Attend?
Businesses, NGOs, Civil Society, Governments, Regulators, Innovators, Startups and Entrepreneurs. Those with new solutions and innovations to existing and new problems that serve the needs of local communities and meet commercial and philanthropic goals, especially in emerging markets. Also, Investors, Mentors, Accelerators and Partners who want to enable innovators in this space.
Why Should Your Organisation / Company Support / Sponsor MLi Group Summits?
If finding and inspiring new socially responsible commercial and philanthropic opportunities that motivate people to act, and lift others, especially in emerging markets, out of poverty & desperation is close to your ethos, then your support and sponsorship will not only be well received but well rewarded. By sponsoring our summits you help empower people to help themselves with much needed new knowledge and guidance while helping us create new opportunities and solutions in new markets which you become part of and may benefit from.
Child Protection Online in the New MiLE -
The seismic change to the global internet has given birth of a new Internet that raises grave concerns on new critical issues in relation to child protection online with many new challenges and questions in this space that need addressing such as::
1-Technical issues: will traditional keywords filtering on child sexual abuse materials be sufficient in the new internet and the new range of languages of the new Multilingual Internet. If not, what needs to be developed.
2-Will current blocking lists compiled by local and international law enforcements/ISPs be sufficient to tackle the challenges of more than a hundred IDN gTLDs? If not, what needs to be updated?
3- How can local communities’ stakeholders be turned motivated & proactive in safe guarding their local internet and its content for a safe online experience for children?
4- How can the functionalities of reporting hotlines on child sexual abuse materials be updated to reflect the newer needs and challenges of the new internet (both in terms of report collection and their analysis.
5- The new Internet will create new virtual markets and locations, new audience, but will also create new potential child victims as new avenues for interacting with children emerge - How can stakeholders prepare to mitigate these new challenges that will increase the possibilities of local child sex offenders on the new Internet reaching out to children who can speak and understand their local language. How can jurisdictional law enforcements be improved?
6- How to turn unsuspecting unaware local stakeholders from becoming prospective victims to empowered ready and enabled stakeholders in the new MilE?
7- Key points to discuss , debate , share best practice experiences and conclude with a recommendations on moving forward on how to safe guard children online in the new Multilingual Internet.