The GIP Digital Watch observatory reported from EuroDIG 2018, 5 – 6 June in Tbilisi, Georgia.
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Cambridge Analytica constructed 30 million personality profiles with the data obtained from Facebook users and sold them to US politicians to influence voters. The implications of this case include content policy, consumer protection, and data security. Visit our dedicated page: https://dig.watch/trends/cambridge-analytica
Issue 31 of the GIP Digital Watch newsletter, published on 31 May, features the main trends in digital policy in May, an overview of the meeting between Facebook's CEO and members of the European Parliament, a look at inclusive finance and its digital policy implications, and the Internet Governance Barometer for May. Download your copy!
The GIP Digital Watch observatory for Internet governance and digital policy
The observatory provides comprehensive information on 43 Internet governance issues and 7 processes. Browse the issues below, read more about each process, get the latest updates, view upcoming events, and learn more about the stakeholders active in each digital policy field.