Vienna (APA) – The Network Summit on the Prevention of Violence and Violence announced by the government in late October will be held at the Federal Clerical Hall on Tuesday. The government wants to discuss possible threats to violence and hate, especially with regard to women, with experts and stakeholders.
In the digital world, these principles should be applied in the real world. The Internet can not be an illegal area and can not be. According to Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP), "I see a joint summit with experts and victims as a starting point for a wider range of discussions, which should take concrete measures against uncontrolled attacks on the network and violence against women."
Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Straighten (FPÖ) drew attention to the right balance between freedom and defense: "Women are not fair play. Whether in real life or on the net. The Internet should not be a place where ordinary behaviors of our society are no longer used. It is important to protect yourself from attacks, and to control state trends in a free society. «
Journalist and author Ingrid Bradnig, Johannes Kepler University (JKU) lawyer and professor of public law Linas Barbara Leyl-Luther, except for Cress and Strach, Julien Bogner-Strauss, the Minister of Women's Affairs, and Herbert Bleumel (OVP), Minister of Mass Media, Stoinginger, Verena Fabrice, Extremism director of the Advisory Center, radio director Elie Roc and TV presenter Verena Schneider and Corina Milborn.