If you can’t attend every meeting, the Annual Review is an invaluable resource that provides a summary of the questions, challenges and debates that members and non-members have raised throughout the year. The Annual Review summarises the topics discussed in the previous year, and looks ahead to trends we can expect in the upcoming 12 months.
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2019 was the 50th anniversary of the IIC. It was a time to reflect on the huge technological leaps that have been made in this period but more importantly, to consider what the next decade will bring. This report is available exclusively to member organisations and covers debates on 5G, AI, Cyber Security, Content, Privacy and the Digital Economy.
This four pager is an executive summary of the 2019-2020 Annual Review and is available for everyone. The full report covers all the key debates that took place in 2019 and a list of all speakers and panellists. The full report is exclusively for members.Open PDF Reader Download
In 2018, events took place in Singapore, Brussels, Miami, Sydney, Bangkok, Mexico City and Washington. Whilst much of the news centred on regulation in the privacy arena, more of the debate among regulators was around the 'day' job of promoting investment in digital infrastructure and enabling new services.
This yearbook summarises the full range of debate, based around the key themes at the major IIC events held in 2017. In addition, in this publication, we have included some of the wider opinions expressed in InterMedia and at IIC Chapter meetings. Finally there is a look forward towards how the landscape might evolve during 2018 and beyond.
Events of 2016, including the Brexit vote and the US Presidential election posed fundamental quetions about the nature of collaboration and cooperation at a time when the world, especially our world of telecoms, technology and media is becoming increasingly interdependent, complex and unpredictable.
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