Date: Tuesday, 6 July 2021

Time: 18:00 - 19:30 UTC For the time in various time zones click here 

Meeting Number: AL.EU/CC.0330/1 

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Spanish Conference ID = 1738

French Conference ID = 1838

Russian Conference ID = 2138

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EN: Olivier Crépin-Leblond, Cheryl Langdon-Orr, Elizabeth Behsudi, Steinar Grøtterød, Bill Jouris, Gopal Tadepalli, Eduardo Diaz, Joanna Kulesza, Lucien Castex, Sébastien Bachollet, Sivasubramanian Muthasamy, Glenn McKnight, Gabriella Schittek, Roberto Gaetano, Lutz Donnerhacke, Adam Peake, Solomon Felix Sobeng, Dr Monica Horten, Frank Anati, Lito Ibarra, Pari Esfandiari, Jesse Nathan Kalange, Peter Knight, Etienne Tshishimbi, Innocent Adriko, Isaac Majeed, Richard Amanfu, Richard Amanfu, Seun Ojedeji, Anne-Marie Joly-Bachollet, Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong, Michel Tchonang Linze, Emmanuel Asare, 




Guest Speakers: Joanna Kulesza, Elizabeth Behsudi, Steinar Grøtterød


Staff: Heidi Ullrich, Gisella Gruber, Devan Reed, Michelle DeSmyter, Silvia Vivanco, Kimberly Carlson, Siranush Vardanyan


Spanish Interpreters: Paula & Marina

French Interpreters: Isabelle & Claire

Russian Interpreters: Galina & Maya

Call Management: Devan Reed & Michelle DeSmyter

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This EURALO Roundtable will kick off the EURALO DNS Abuse end user information campaign by looking at how current DNS Abuse policy trends fit in with European legislative developments and community expectations.

We will look at various approaches to DNS Abuse with regard to policy development and measuring its impact, from proposed legal documents such as the updated Directive on Network and Information Security (NIS 2), the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA), through the Internet and  Jurisdiction Project’s Toolkits, offering cross-jurisdictional, practical methods for policy implementation  all the way to Reputation Block Lists (RBLs), the way they are developed, designed and implemented. We will seek to understand how end user interests can be best represented within all these processes.

Moderator: Sébastien Bachollet

Guest Speakers:

  1. Joanna Kulesza, ALAC Vice Chair, Europe

  2. Elizabeth Behsudi, Director, Domains & Jurisdiction Program, Internet and Jurisdiction Project

  3. Steinar Grøtterød, EURALO


  1. Staff introduction - Staff (2 mins)

  2. Introduction and welcome, Sébastien Bachollet, EURALO Chair, (5 mins)

  3. Guest speakers"
    1. Introduction of the project: Protecting end users in an Age of Platforms and DNS Abuse; Joanna Kulesza, ALAC Europe (15 mins)

    2. Internet and Jurisdiction Project, Toolkit DNS Level Action to Address Abuses, Elizabeth Behsudi, Director, Domains & Jurisdiction Program, Internet and Jurisdiction Project (15 mins)

    3. Understanding Reputation Block Lists and how they impact DNS Abuse regional practice - Steinar Grøtterød, EURALO (15 mins)

  4. Q&A, moderated by Sébastien Bachollet, ALAC EURALO (25 mins)

  5. Summary, Lucien Castex, AfNIC/EURALO (5 mins)
  6. Next steps: Sébastien Bachollet (5mins)


Background documents and references:

European Commission Unveils Important Initiatives Relevant to the DNS and DNS Service Providers, Elena Plexida, VP, Government and IGO Engagement,

Internet and Jurisdiction Project, Toolkit DNS Level Action to Address Abuses, 2021;

DRAFT REPORT on the proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on measures for a high common level of cybersecurity across the Union, repealing Directive (EU) 2016/1148(COM(2020)0823 -C9-0422/2020 - 2020/0359(COD))Committee on Industry, Research and Energy; Rapporteur: Bart Groothuis;

CoE Enhanced cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence: Towards a Protocol to the Budapest Convention (version 14 April 2021)

Feedback on the Second Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime Ends Early May, Elena Plexida, VP, Government and IGO Engagement,

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