[Briefing #15] Internet governance in May 2015
It has been another busy month for Internet governance and digital policy. Cybersecurity remains high on the agenda as new cooperation arrangements on information security emerge. Facebook's Internet.org has generated debate about net neutrality, while surveillance is being tackled in the USA with the new Freedom Act. In the EU, plans for the Digital Single Market have been unveiled. Which other IG developments took place in May, and how are these developments expected to shape future developments. What can we expect in June?
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