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Notes from the Stockholm Internet Forum, I

Internet discussions post-Snowden Last week I attended, for the second year, the Stockholm Internet Forum, organised by the Swedish Foreign Ministry, .SE The Internet Infrastructure Foundation, and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. The topic for this year’s conference was Internet — privacy, transparency, surveillance and control, which shows how the discourse on the Internet has changed post-Snowden. The topic … Continue reading

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Impressions from the Stockholm Internet Forum

Last week I attended the Stockholm Internet Forum, launched last year by the Swedish Foreign Ministry and the Swedish Development Agency. The aim of the Forum is to gather a diverse group of people, actors and stakeholders in the field, such as bloggers, net activists, policy-makers, representatives of Internet companies, representatives of national and international institutions, such as UNESCO (see … Continue reading

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