February is an important month for Net Neutrality, as the FCC prepares to vote for new proposals. Cybersecurity is also at the forefront, as banks are once again a target for hackers, while new proposals for government and private sector cooperation unfold in the USA. What impact will these developments – any many others – have on the global digital policy process? What are the updates from the IG Barometer, and what can we expect in March? Join us on Friday, 27th February (date rescheduled), for a ‘zoomed-out’ update of the major global IG and digital policies developments.
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The Internet governance in February 2015 briefing will take place on Friday, 27th February (date rescheduled), at 12:00 UTC/GMT (13:00 CET). The briefing is delivered live from Geneva. To join us online or in situ (WMO, 7 bis Avenue de la Paix), please fill in the registration form.
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