Media - Freedom of expression and information

 Committee of experts on protection of journalism and safety of journalists (MSI-JO)

  Steering Committee (CDMSI)
  Bureau of the Committee (CDMSI-BU)
  Former Steering Committee (CDMC)
  Former Bureau of the Committee (CDMC-BU)
  Committee of Experts on Protection of Journalism and Safety of Journalists (MSI-JO)
  Committee of Experts on cross-border flow of Internet traffic and Internet freedom (MSI-INT)  
  Transfrontier Television
  Conditional Access
  Legal and Human Rights Capacity Building
  Rights of Internet Users
  Information Society
  New Media
  Public Service Media Governance
  Cross-border Internet
  Protection Neighbouring Rights of Broadcasting Organisations
  Media Diversity
  Public service Media
  Conference Freedom of Expression and Democracy in the Digital Age - Opportunities, Rights, Responsibilities, Belgrade, 7-8/11/2013
  Conference "The Hate factor in political speech - Where do responsibilities lie?", Warsaw18-19 September 2013
  Conference of Ministers, Reykjavik - Iceland, 28-29 May 2009
  European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG)
  Committee of Ministers texts
  Parliamentary Assembly texts
  Ministerial Conferences
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Prof. Michael Rotert

Prof. Michael Rotert is Vice-President of EuroISPA, the organisation that represents Europe’s Internet service provider industry. EuroISPA is the world’s largest association of ISPs.
Prof. Rotert is a prominent figure in the ISP sector. His work at the University of Karlsruhe in the 1980s established the first connection from Germany to the “Internet”; after setting up one of the first ISPs in Germany, he has since held senior management posts with a number of prominent European ISPs.
His expertise in the sector means he is regularly consulted in government-industry initiatives. For example, Prof. Rotert was part of the German delegation to the G8’s Cybercrime Summit.
Prof. Rotert became the President of the German ISP association in 2000 and was elected EuroISPA President from 2003 until 2008.

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