[AfrICANN-discuss] Internet governance : a look back at January, upcoming events in February and predictions for 2016

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Source : http://giplatform.org/sites/default/files/DWnewsletter7.pdf

Subject: Digital Watch newsletter – a look back at January
From: gip at diplomacy.edu
To: alfamamadou at hotmail.com
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2016 16:56:53 +0000



        Digital Watch newsletter – a look back at January

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Dear Colleagues,

Issue 7 of the Geneva Digital Watch newsletter is out! Published on 31 January 2016, the issue provides the latest digital policy updates which took place in January. The main highlights:

	This issue's editorial highlights 'techno-realism' as the echoing message for the month, reinforced by two reports published in January: the World Bank’s report on Digital Dividends, and the World Economic Forum’s report on Internet Fragmentation.
	The feature on predictions for 2016 looks at the global trends we can expect in the upcoming months, and predicts the main developments in digital policy, including privacy, security, e-commerce, legal developments, net neutrality, the IANA transition process, and more.
	Included in this issue are the main developments in digital policy; the events which took place in International Geneva; and upcoming events taking place in February.
	On a lighter note, the just-for-fun section features a crossword to test your knowledge on e-participation, the central theme of the Geneva Engage conference which took place in January.

Read or download the full issue (PDF).

For more updates and background materials, visit the GIP Digital Watch observatory.

The GIP Team



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