p≡p’s Internet-Drafts and its implementations for digital communication technologies

Friday, 27. April 2018
14:00 - 17:30
Schanzenstrasse 5, 3008 Bern

The second event in the Values of Internet Technologies (VIT) workshop series will be held in Bern on 27 April, 2018. This session will discuss the ISOC Beyond the Net sponsored project ‘Implementing Privacy via Mass Encryption: Standardizing pretty Easy privacy’s protocols’, which is a joint activity of p≡p foundation and Internet Society Switzerland Chapter (ISOC-CH).


14:00 Introduction & Presentation Round
(Hernani Marques / Roxana Radu)
14:10 What is pretty Easy privacy (pEp / p≡p)?
(Volker Birk / Hernani Marques)
14:40 Demo on p≡p software
(Hernani Marques)
15:00 Coffee Break
15:20 Presentation & Discussion general draft: draft-birk-pep
(Hernani Marques)
15:40 Presentation & Discussion pEp for email: draft-birk-pep-email
(Volker Birk)
16:00 Presentation & Discussion Trustwords: draft-birk-pep-trustwords
(Bernie Hoeneisen)
16:20 Coffee Break
16:40 Presentation & Discussion pEp rating system: draft-birk-pep-rating
(Volker Birk)
17:00 Outline to further Internet-Drafts on pEp
(Bernie Hoeneisen)
17:10 Final Discussions & Snacks & Drinks

Registration is now open (below), please sign up to reserve your seat.

After the VIT workshop the General Assembly (GA) of ISOC-CH will take place next by at University of Bern. The GA has a separate registration and is targeted to members of ISOC-CH. Guests are also welcome. To apply for ISOC-CH membership, please visit our membership page.

Outline of next workshops in this series:
  • Human Rights and present / future ICT ‒ Why and how are they related? Planned for September 2018
  • How can digitalization mitigate current challenges of humanity? Planned for November 2018
  • Migration towards new and responsible IT ‒ Pathways for enterprises and public organizations. Planned for January 2019
  • “A network of networks” ‒ What are the most important requirements for spreading diverse and Human Rights-solid free and open source digital communication? Planned for April 2019


Registration for this event is closed.