[Briefing #83] The digital side of conflict: sanctions, freedoms, and the global internet

29 Mar 2022 14:00h - 15:00h

Online

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The conflict in Ukraine has taken centre stage, and the magnitude of its digital impact is only rising.

In our monthly Internet Governance Briefing, we will discuss the digital side of conflict: decisions taken by authorities and private companies in reaction to the ongoing conflict, as well as their impact on the internet. How are sanctions and the restriction of freedoms affecting the global internet – and is there a future for a truly global internet as we know it?

Register and join the Digital Watch Internet Governance Briefing on Tuesday, 29th March, at 12.00 UTC (14.00 CEST).

In the meantime you can also visit the dedicated page Ukraine conflict: Digital and cyber aspects.

 

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