New cybersecurity and surveillance rules in different countries have raised concerns over privacy, data retention, and content regulation. The EU-US Privacy Shield was challenged again, while Internet companies faced criticism over the spread of ‘false information’ following the US Presidential election. What other digital policy developments took place, and how will they shape future developments? What can we expect? Join us for our next monthly briefing, on Tuesday, 29th November, for a round-up of the major global IG and digital policy developments.
[Update] The following resources are available: the briefing recording, including perspectives from local hubs; the presentation; and the IG Barometer for November. Download also Issue 16 of the Geneva Digital Watch newsletter, and scroll down for updates from regional hubs. Join us again for the next briefing, on 31 January 2017! Registrations are now open.
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Every last Tuesday of the month, the Internet governance briefings provide a 'zoomed-out' update of the major global IG and digital policy developments. They are delivered live from Geneva (WMO Building, 2nd floor, 7 bis Avenue de la Paix), and broadcast online.
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