[ccwg-internet-governance] Fwd: Digital Watch newsletter - a look back at May

Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond ocl at gih.com
Thu Jun 2 16:56:32 UTC 2016


Hello everyone,

you might be interested in the attached newsletter from the Geneva
Internet Platform which contains pointers to much of the current
activity in Geneva, but also many other Internet Governance news for May
including WSIS Forum, CSTD and some about the IANA Stewardship
Transition, but also a calendar of activities for June.

I am forwarding it to the CCWG IG mailing list once - and you can
subscribe to it directly if you are interested in future issues.
Kindest regards,

Olivier

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Subject: 	Digital Watch newsletter - a look back at May
Date: 	Thu, 2 Jun 2016 05:44:27 +0000
From: 	Geneva Internet Platform <gip at diplomacy.edu>
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Digital Watch newsletter - a look back at May
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Dear Colleagues,

Issue 11 of the /Geneva Digital Watch/ newsletter
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is out! Published on 31 May 2016, the newsletter provides the latest
digital policy updates which took place in May. The main highlights:

  * <http://giplatform.us6.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=4fd1ca1d5793b4d797ce48eb0&id=11a3f8a18f&e=60e39045f6>The
    editorial highlights the importance of timely and effective
    implementation of the SDGs, and describes the GIP's initiatives
    during the recent WSIS Forum 2016.
  * The WSIS Forum discussed the interplay between ICTs and SDGs,
    focusing on development, digital divide, economic growth, health,
    and more. In addition to session reports and a summary report
    prepared by the GIP earlier this month, this issue includes further
    analysis.
  * Terrorists have been using the Internet for a wide-range of
    purposes, including for internal communication and fundraising, and
    to disseminate and promote their ideologies. The issue looks at the
    main policy developments and initiatives undertaken in the past few
    weeks.
  * Digital policy and Internet governance parlance includes many
    abbreviations of names of actors, processes, or frequently used
    terms. Turn back to the last page for an explanation of some of the
    abbreviations we used in Issue 11.
  * Included in this issue are events which took place in International
    Geneva in May, and the main global digital policy events in June.
  * The Brazilian version of Issue 11, in Portuguese, will be available
    soon.

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