[AfrICANN-discuss] IGF daily news : day 2

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Wed Nov 11 17:54:46 UTC 2015

Subject: IGF Daily #2: Navigating the Internet Governance Forum meeting
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To: alfamamadou at hotmail.com
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2015 14:57:58 +0000



        IGF Daily #2: Navigating the Internet Governance Forum meeting

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                                                            Dear Colleagues,

The second issue of the IGF Daily is out, with updates from the 10th Internet Governance Forum (IGF), taking place in Joao Pessoa this week.

As you've seen from our first issue, we're combining session reports and in-depth analysis, with an ounce of fun for good measure.

Issue no.2 explores the main highlights from the Open Session, and includes an update from the Prefix Monitor. Our summaries from the main workshops, coupled with in-depth data-mining analysis, point towards an interesting interplay between security, development and economy, and human rights. Learn more about this interplay, and read about our call for curators for GIP Digital Watch.

On a less serious note, we're sharing a new 'IGF selfie'. Who's the mystery photographer, and is the selfie representative of the discussions? Let us know your thoughts!

Download the digital version of IGF Daily no.2. All the updates from IGF 2015 are also available on our dedicated page, dw.giplatform.org/igf

The GIP Team


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