[Briefing #10] Internet governance in November 2014
[Update] The webinar digest and recording are now available: Internet governance in November 2014: A bubbling cauldron
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We will discuss, among other topics:
- Geneva Internet Conference: Highlights and outputs.
- US-China free trade in ICT: breakthrough on eliminating duties on ICT products and perspectives for new WTO dynamism.
- Battles over net neutrality: Obama's message and US perspectives, Swiss telecom agreeement, and messages from ETNO.
- Cybersecurity developments: OSCE moves with Confidence Building Measures.
- IGF: the new members of the MAG and preparations for IGF2015.
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[Update] Last month's Geneva Briefing focused on IG developments that took place throughout October. Read last month's digest: "Internet Governance in October 2014: The dance of the Titans"