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Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022

EuroDIG News

Important update - new dates for EuroDIG 2023

Together with our host, Tampere University in Finland, we had to change the dates of EuroDIG 2023 due to a scheduling conflict. Please save the new date, EuroDIG is held June 19-21, 2023!

EuroDIG at the IGF – find us here

You can find all information on how to connect with EuroDIG during the Internet Governance Forum in Addis Abbaba on our website. Find the information and helpful links here.

We especially invite you to join the Town Hall session “Internet in Troubled Times” on December 1, either onsite or online.


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thumbnail One official blamed pro-Russian hacking group Killnet for the DDoS attack.

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EU Council mulls broad national security carveouts in IoT cybersecurity law - Shared by EuroDIG

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Stakeholders doubtful EU health data space will launch on schedule - Shared by EuroDIG

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The creator of the Web is trying to save it and us. Here’s how - Shared by EuroDIG

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Investigation into cloud gaming and browsers to support UK tech and consumers - Shared by EuroDIG

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French regulator warns Twitter of legal duty to moderate misinformation, hate - Shared by EuroDIG

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TikTok tells European users its staff in China get access to their data - Shared by Orchid

thumbnail Privacy policy update confirms data of continent’s users available to range of TikTok bases including in Brazil, Israel and US

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