[AfrICANN-discuss] Internet Gov Weekly Brief : Putin on digital economy at G20; Tech giants to open Rep offices in Russia; Google to fight election interference; EU Intelligence School; APEC to push regional connectivity; Facebook appeal against £500,000 fine..
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Summary : This week, « russian President Vladimir Putin plans to raise the issue of digital economy development and outline his vision of the situation in the international trade system at the G20 summit, set to take place in Buenos Aires on November 30-December 1, Russian G20 Sherpa Svetlana Lukash told reporters on Thursday ». http://tass.com/economy/1032066
Also, “first Deputy Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration, Sergei Kiriyenko, on Wednesday met with managers of the world’s leading Internet companies behind closed doors, suggesting that they open representative offices in the country, sources who participated in the meeting told TASS”. http://tass.com/economy/1031994
On cyber geopolitics, “a top United States law enforcement official called out Russia for not cooperating with cybercrime investigations on Russian citizens, and said the U.S. will continue to “identify nations that routinely block the fair administration of justice and fail to act in good faith”. https://duo.com/decipher/us-says-russia-other-nations-are-uncooperative-on-cybercrime-investigations
U.S. Says Russia, Other Nations, Are Uncooperative on Cybercrime Investigations | Decipher - duo.com<https://duo.com/decipher/us-says-russia-other-nations-are-uncooperative-on-cybercrime-investigations>
A top United States law enforcement official called out Russia for not cooperating with cybercrime investigations on Russian citizens, and said the U.S. will continue to “identify nations that routinely block the fair administration of justice and fail to act in good faith”.
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