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IIC discussions explore ways to combine a respect for privacy and protection of personal data and critical information infrastructures, whilst enabling government authorities to protect national security interests. The NSA-Snowden revelations have had a major impact on discussions of privacy. Whereas before the focus was on the relative validity of different security approaches adopted by USA and Europe. In the post-PRISM debate the need to re-build trust towards providers and governments emerges strongly.

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17th September 2020
Online Meeting Regulation in times of pandemic and lessons for the future: African responses – Southern Africa
17th August 2020
Online Meeting IIC Australian Chapter Webinar: Countering misinformation – Asia Pacific responses and proposals
29th July 2020
Online Meeting IIC Webinar: Privacy & pandemic: The evolving privacy and data protection considerations for the telecoms, media and technology sector
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