[AfrICANN-discuss] Internet Governance Weekly Brief : GDPR Day; EU on norms for cyberwar; UNOPS to partner with IOTA; UNESCO partner with DCU on bullying; Cyber dialogue India-netherlands
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Sat May 26 11:25:05 UTC 2018
This week, "Europe's new data and privacy rules took effect on Friday, clarifying individual rights to the personal data collected by companies around the world for targeted advertising and other purposes".
Otherwise, "The European Parliament has been asked to adopt a new set of 'norms' about online conflict".
The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) teamed up with the IOTA Foundation to see how the project's distributed ledger technology can help the UN streamline its workflows.
India and Netherlands has agreed to hold a bilateral cyber dialogue in 2018 to discuss issues pertaining to internet governance, data protection, cyber security policy and Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) cooperation.
Dublin City University has signed a new partnership with the United Nations to tackle bullying in schools and on the internet.
Below, find sources and more informations on those subjects and events.
GDPR : why you're getting all those privacy emails, and what's changing under the new rules
BILATERAL CYBER DIALOGUE INDIA-NETHERLANDS
Netherlands and India sign 51 agreements
EU ON NEW NORMS FOR CYBERWAR
EU considers integrating new norms of cyberwar into security policies
UN TO PARTNER IOTA
IOTA (MIOTA) partenering with United nations for humanitarian efforts
DCU TO PARTNER WITH UNESCO ON BULLYING
DCU signs partnership with UN to tackle bullying
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