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Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020

The Internet Governance Forum concludes today, and you can re-watch most of the sessions on the IGF YouTube Channel. Here is a selection of sessions with EuroDIG involvement throughout the past weeks:

1. EuroDIG Open Forum

2. NRI Main Session: The Role of the Internet in Emergency Situations (EuroDIG Input by Meri Baghdasaryan and Marcel Krummenauer from 1h45)

3. Main Session: Digital Cooperation (Inputs by Thomas Schneider and Sandra Hoferichter)

The recording of the EuroDIG Informal Gathering of November 16 can be shared soon.

Call for Issues

The EuroDIG2021 Call for Issues is open until December 6. We call to all European stakeholders to submit ideas on what should be discussed during EuroDIG2021, taking place June 28-30. You can access the submission form here.

IGF France

The Internet Governance Forum France conducts several online formats over the next months. The next event takes place on December 1, 17:30-19:00 on the topic “Territoires et Numérique”. All formats are in French and between 90 and 120 minutes long. You can find more information on following events and the registration on the IGF France Website:

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Explosion in digital commerce pushed fraud incentive levels sky-high
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Successful Ransomware Attacks on Education Grew 388% in Q3 2020
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thumbnail The number of successful ransomware attacks on the education sector increased 388% in the third quarter of 2020.
Apple Targeted by Privacy Campaigner Who Took on Facebook
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