[AfrICANN-discuss] Internet Governance Weekly Brief: Foreign interference in US elections; IGF Call for session proposals; Bitcoin legalised in India and Germany; US plans IPv6-Only Readiness; U.S. Charges Two Chinese for cyber-attacks.......

Mamadou LO alfamamadou at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 6 13:02:18 UTC 2020

Hi all!
For your documentation, kindly find our weekly web review on Internet Governance<https://internetgov.news/internet-governance-weekly-brief-foreign-interference-in-us-elections-igf-call-for-session-proposals-bitcoin-legalised-in-india-and-germany-us-plans-ipv6-only-readiness/> with some main titles featured below.




* IGF Call for session proposals, Village booths, Travel support
* Foreign interference: Joint Statement from DOS, DOJ, DOD, DHS, ODNI, FBI, NSA, and CISA on Preparations for Super Tuesday
* NSA Chief Says Super Tuesday Defenses Showed Improvement
* Judge orders Hillary Clinton deposition in email flap
* Germany recognizes Bitcoin as a legal financial instrument
* Supreme Court Legalises Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Trading In India
* Saudi Arabia to Adopt Independent Policy in Digital Economy
* U.S. Federal Government Plans for IPv6-Only Readiness
* U.S. Charges Two Chinese Nationals Linked to North Korean Hacker Attacks
* The EU has launched a €5.1m package designed to promote media freedom
* No country is free from child sexual abuse, exploitation, UN’s top rights forum hears
* African MPs urged on online child sexual exploitation laws
* UNICEF: A new era for girls - Taking stock of 25 years of progress
* Facebook purges hundreds of fake accounts from state actors, marketers
* EU Rapid Alert System used amid coronavirus disinformation campaign
* Twitter told its 5,000 employees to work from home because of the coronavirus

Read review in full here : https://internetgov.news/internet-governance-weekly-brief-foreign-interference-in-us-elections-igf-call-for-session-proposals-bitcoin-legalised-in-india-and-germany-us-plans-ipv6-only-readiness/

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