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By on 25 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Data Reflections, E-Diplomacy, Internet Governance

The increasingly digitalised world, the sharing economy, and the ongoing developments in automation and AI bring changes to the world of work. Several reports and studies released this month shed light on how these changes could look, how employers and employees perceive them, and what stakeholders can do to better prepare for the new world of work.

By on 23 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplomacy, Webinars

The overarching question of the WebDebate in March was: how can African states navigate multilateral diplomacy successfully?

Addressing this formidable question were Amb. Amr Aljowaily, Egypt’s ambassador to Serbia, and Dr Yolanda Kemp Spies, a senior research fellow at the University of Johannesburg's Chair in African Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. The debate was moderated by Dr Katharina Höne, research associate in diplomacy and global governance at DiploFoundation.

By Stefania Grottola and Clement Perarnaud on 20 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

In the USA, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act) is proposing to establish a new framework for authorities to access data stored abroad and thus amend the Stored Communications Act (SCA). We look at the salient features of the bill, and its implications.

By on 19 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplo Blog, Internet Governance

Liberal trade has been challenged by a surge of protectionist measures in many parts of the world, including the United States and Europe.

By Francesca Casalini and Stefania Di Stefano on 15 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplomacy, Internet Governance

Microsoft has acknowledged that ‘the world needs new international rules to protect the public from nation state threats in cyberspace, and that ‘in short, the world needs a Digital Geneva Convention’.

By Francesca Casalini and Stefania Di Stefano on 13 Mar, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplomacy, Internet Governance

As fast as digital technologies have developed, means have been found to exploit their vulnerabilities. Accordingly, states have found a new ground for geopolitical meddling in cyberspace. Whereas legislative measures for addressing cyber-criminality were developed quickly, the willingness of states to engage in discussions on how to regulate their own behaviour in cyberspace has been less forceful.

By Manyi Arrey Orok-Tambe on 22 Feb, 2018 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance

As Internet governance (IG) grows increasingly important on international agendas, institutional coordination of the multistakeholder process is emerging as an important factor for successful IG outcomes.

By on 13 Feb, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplomacy, Webinars

We leave digital footprints everywhere. Modern society is marked by data which is continuously generated through various devices and in numerous ways – such as through social media, Internet browsing, and through satellite images, among others. This is why some call this the Big Data Era. While big data has become a topic for the private sector, promising greater efficiency and new business insights, it remains unclear what the potential of big data is for diplomacy.

By on 12 Feb, 2018 | From the channel/s: Webinars, Internet Governance

Internet companies’ behaviour under scrutiny, governments exerting more pressure on companies to remove illegal content, and new legal measures planned to tackle fake news were among the main digital policy developments in January 2018.

By on 02 Feb, 2018 | From the channel/s: Diplomacy

Is diplomacy better off with the Internet? This question was on my mind as I was following the Twitter exchange between President Trump and the leaders of Iran, Pakistan, and Turkey. Each tweet escalated the rhetoric and moved us further from a peaceful solution – to conflict – and a resolution of differences, the main purpose of diplomacy.

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