Monthly Internet governance briefing – October 2021

26 October 2021

Online

Event description

Join us for or our monthly hour-long briefing and discussion on the latest global digital policy developments on Tuesday, 26 October, at 12.00 UTC (14.00 CEST). Our Digital Watch Internet Governance Briefing will be live on Zoom, YouTube, and Facebook. We’ll be analysing the latest developments, including:

The OECD tax rules were agreed upon by 136 countries. How will this impact big tech companies and the rest of society?

After years of growing mistrust, the US-EU Trade and Technology Council turned the page in their partnership. They agreed to sync their policy approaches in priority areas, coordinate their actions in international bodies, and partner with third countries to drive their shared policy goals. How will these agreements affect the world in the coming months?

Catch up on the major internet governance and digital policy updates from all around the globe and join our experts as they analyse the existing and emerging policy trends.

Register and join the Digital Watch Internet Governance Briefing on Zoom for an interactive experience or watch our live streams on YouTube and Facebook on the last Tuesday of each month.

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The monthly Digital Watch Internet Governance Briefing is organised by the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP)’s Digital Watch Observatory, a Diplo initiative. Keep up with the most recent digital policy and internet governance updates, in-time reports from major global digital policy events, existing and emerging policy trends and much more! Subscribe to the Digital Watch Observatory newsletter here to receive in-time and in-depth analysis on digital policy.