How do we restore trust and confidence in the Internet so that it can deliver on its full potential for communication, creativity, innovation and opportunity? In an era when the Edward Snowden revelations have made us aware of the pervasive surveillance that is possible, and when large-scale data breaches have exposed our most personal information, how do we feel safe when we go online? And as the next billion people look to the Internet for their future opportunities, how do we help address their fears and concerns? What are the roles we all have in bringing about an open, trusted Internet? And what are the most pressing challenges in how we collectively govern the Internet?