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9.00-9.30 a.m. Welcoming and speeches of partners of the IGF Poland

Krzysztof Szubert, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Anna Streżyńska, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Jean Jacques Sahel, ICANN

Jaromír Novák, Czech Telecommunication Office

Ervin Kajzinger, National Media and Infocommunications Authority, Hungary

9.30-10.45 a.m. Plenary session – How do we use the Internet?

Karolina Marzantowicz, IBM

Aleksandra Przegalińska-Skierkowska, PhD, Kozminski University

Anna Streżyńska, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Ondrej Maly, Digital Agenda Coordinator, Czech Republic

Igor Ostrowski, Dentons

Wojciech Kamieniecki, NASK

Edwin Bendyk will be the discussion moderator.

10.45-11.15 a.m. Coffee break

11.15-12.45 a.m. Three simultaneous thematic sessions

Session 1 – Free Flow of Data. The new path to growth for Polish entrepreneurs

Jolanta Jaworska, IBM

Maciej Sadowski, National Development Council

Piotr Marczuk, Microsoft Poland

Krzysztof Izdebski, ePaństwo Foundation

Marta Poślad, Google Poland

Grzegorz Koloch, PhD, Warsaw School of Economics

Iga Bałos, PhD, Andrzej F. Modrzewski Kraków Academy

Sylwia Czubkowska, from Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily, will be the discussion moderator.

Session 2 – Blocking websites: lessons learnt and recommendations based on Polish experience

Andrzej Karpiński, Orange Poland

Adam Haertle, Zaufana Trzecia Strona

Piotr Januszewicz, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Zdeněk Kučera, Kinstellar

Katarzyna Szymielewicz from the Panoptykon Foundation will be the discussion moderator.

Session 3 – 5G networks

Jaromír Novák, Czech Telecommunication Office

Ervin Kajzinger, National Media and Infocommunications Authority, Hungary

Michał Połzun, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Martin Mellor, Ericsson Poland

Tomasz Mrozowski, P4

Cezary Albrecht, T-Mobile Poland

Jerzy Żurek, PhD, form the National Institute of Telecommunications, will be the discussion moderator.

12.45-1.30 p.m. Lunch break – everyone is invited to food and drinks

1.30-2.30 p.m. Three simultaneous thematic sessions

Session 4 – The principles of liability of online intermediaries

Robert Kroplewski, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Anna Słoboda, TVN

Anna Mazgal, Centrum Cyfrowe

Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon Foundation

Marcin Olender, from Google Poland, will be the discussion moderator.

Session 5 – From technology user to its creator – what skills Poles need today to succeed in the digital economy

Robert Król, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Agnieszka Skala, PhD, Warsaw University of Technology

Eliza Kruczkowska, Polish Development Fund

Marcin Nowacki, Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers

Julia Krysztofiak-Szopa, from the Startup Poland Foundation, will be the discussion moderator.

Session 6 – Digital transformation of services in the decentralised Internet. A case of financial services and new technologies

Albana Karapanco, Central European University

Kristóf Gyódi, University of Warsaw

Lorena Butusină, Reff & Associates SCA – member of Deloitte Legal

Magdalena Borowik, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Michał Świerczyński, Metis Finance – to be confirmed

Máté Mester, from ExplicoTech, will be the discussion moderator.

2.45-3.30 p.m. Three simultaneous thematic sessions

Session 7 – Open data? Challenges for the non-governmental sector and business.

Magdalena Siwanowicz, ePaństwo Foundation

Arek Hajduk, Transpatent Data sp. z o.o

Anna Gos, Ministry of Digital Affairs

Krzysztof Izdebski, from the ePaństwo Foundation, will be the discussion moderator.

Session 8 – Creators and users among online platforms and blockchains – the future of collective governance

Krzysztof Siewicz, Modern Poland Foundation

Anna Misiewicz, Polish Society of Authors ZAiKS

Wojciech Hardy, Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warsaw

Marek Kościkiewicz, musician

 Agnieszka Samitowska, Kayak

Natalia Mileszyk, from Centrum Cyfrowe, will be the discussion moderator.

The Modern Poland Foundation is the organiser of the session.

Session 9 – How to use technology to develop digital society?

Dagmara Krzesińska, Coalition for Polish Innovations

Marlena Plebańska, University of Warsaw

Jarosław Lipszyc, Modern Poland Foundation

Grzegorz Zajączkowski, Digital Champion for Poland

Alek Tarkowski, from the Centrum Cyfrowe Foundation, is the discussion moderator.

3.30-3.45 p.m. Coffee break

3.45-4.45 p.m. Three simultaneous thematic sessions

Session 10 – Accessible, friendly and secure digital education – challenges and opportunities

prof. Marek Konopczyński, University of Bialystok

dr. Rafał Lange, NASK

Esmeralda Moscatelli, IFLA

Piotr Chojnacki, No. 2 Technical High School at the Electrical Engineering School Complex in Zduńska Wola

Introduction to the discussion and opinion poll among the audience will be conducted by Agnieszka Wrońska, NASK.

The discussion will be moderated by Marcin Bochenek, NASK.

Session 11 – Does combating cybercrime have to lead to the loss of privacy?

   Pavel Bašta, CZ.NIC

   Milan Zubicek, Google Poland

   Tomasz Pawlicki, National Police Headquarters

    Janusz A. Urbanowicz, National Cybersecurity Centre

Introduction to the discussion will be done by Martyna Różycka, Dyżurnet.pl, NASK

The discussion will be moderated by Joanna Sosnowska.

Session 12 – The value of privacy online: implications of the General Data Protection Regulation from the economic point of view

Ioana Stupariu, ExplicoTech

Michał Paliński, DELab, University of Warsaw

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