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Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity - Shared screen with speaker view
Riad Baazia
41:58
helloooooo🇺🇳😇🇨🇭👍🇩🇿
Technical Moderator, Sarah
48:59
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Riad Baazia
01:03:00
thank you M.Pavan 4 soir presentation.very good.yes,singe WSIS process started singe 20years agi we discuss about the legislation in ITU.But it is a big challenge.Nationals Laws on the various aspects of cyber are highly appreciated by the international experts in ITU and in the UN. How do you expecting duplicating these a national legislations in the sub-regional and in the regional aerea??
Technical Moderator, Sarah
01:22:41
welcome to the new panelists who have joined our session, kindly rename yourself in order to be able to identify you 😃
Lynn Thiesmeyer
01:35:13
I am heartened by the continued activity and yearly strengthening of this Roundtable and its associated panels and conférences throughout the year.
Lynn Thiesmeyer
01:37:01
All of today's participants mentioned at least one feature in common, which is the extent of Cyberspace and thus Cybercrime is international. National laws are no longer enough, and we must continue to meet on these very tough regulatory issues. I must go to another meeting now, Thank you all and see you again soon!
Zdenka Fenikova
01:44:15
Thank you!
Riad Baazia
01:44:29
bye