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  1. (hist) ‎List of all 96 topic proposals ‎[147,369 bytes]
  2. (hist) ‎Internet in the “post-truth” era? – Pl 02 2017 ‎[111,859 bytes]
  3. (hist) ‎List of proposals for EuroDIG and SEEDIG 2020 ‎[110,873 bytes]
  4. (hist) ‎EuroDIG proposals 2020 ‎[102,899 bytes]
  5. (hist) ‎Drowning in data – digital pollution, green IT, and sustainable access – WS 11 2017 ‎[96,761 bytes]
  6. (hist) ‎Emerging technologies and human rights – PL 03 2019 ‎[94,410 bytes]
  7. (hist) ‎Ethics by design – Moving from ethical principles to practical solutions – PL 05 2019 ‎[94,263 bytes]
  8. (hist) ‎NRI ASSEMBLY – Pre 05 2020 ‎[91,741 bytes]
  9. (hist) ‎Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and the Future of Work – WS 08 2018 ‎[91,329 bytes]
  10. (hist) ‎Enhancing users’ confidence in cyberspace – risks and solutions – WS 02 2020 ‎[90,921 bytes]
  11. (hist) ‎Challenges and uptake of modern Internet standards (including, but not limited to IPv6, DNSSEC, HTTPS, RPKI) – WS 11 2020 ‎[90,417 bytes]
  12. (hist) ‎Internet consolidation – opportunities and challenges – WS 01 2019 ‎[90,094 bytes]
  13. (hist) ‎DNS over HTTPS – What is it, and why should you care? – WS 06 2019 ‎[88,518 bytes]
  14. (hist) ‎GDPR Implementation – Blind spots, opportunities, and the way forward – WS 02 2019 ‎[86,707 bytes]
  15. (hist) ‎Alice in wonderland – mapping the cybersecurity landscape in Europe and beyond – Pl 01 2017 ‎[85,256 bytes]
  16. (hist) ‎Criminal justice in cyberspace – more of everything? – WS 11 2019 ‎[83,665 bytes]
  17. (hist) ‎Transforming skills to meet innovation challenges – WS 05 2019 ‎[83,454 bytes]
  18. (hist) ‎Criminal justice in cyberspace – what’s next? – WS 07 2020 ‎[83,335 bytes]
  19. (hist) ‎Human rights and IoT – looking for a win-win solution – WS 05 2017 ‎[83,334 bytes]
  20. (hist) ‎Fending off trolls – Journalists in defence of democracy – WS 08 2019 ‎[83,210 bytes]
  21. (hist) ‎How to turn challenges into opportunities for education transformation? – WS 10 2020 ‎[82,184 bytes]
  22. (hist) ‎The Impact of DNS Encryption on the Internet Ecosystem and its Users – WS 03 2020 ‎[82,174 bytes]
  23. (hist) ‎Community connectivity – empowering the unconnected – WS 03 2017 ‎[81,705 bytes]
  24. (hist) ‎The European Copyright Reform – what just happened, what’s next, and what does it mean for the Internet? – PL 06 2019 ‎[81,508 bytes]
  25. (hist) ‎Fighting COVID19 with AI – How to build and deploy solutions we trust? – WS 14 2020 ‎[80,930 bytes]
  26. (hist) ‎From internet users to digital citizens – WS 06 2017 ‎[80,330 bytes]
  27. (hist) ‎Critical Internet literacy – WS 10 2017 ‎[80,222 bytes]
  28. (hist) ‎Transcript: Intermediaries and human rights - between co-opted law enforcement and human rights protection ‎[79,549 bytes]
  29. (hist) ‎The EU copyright reform’s proposal – which impacts on users’ fundamental rights? – WS 07 2017 ‎[79,107 bytes]
  30. (hist) ‎Social media – opportunities, rights and responsibilities – WS 06 2020 ‎[78,882 bytes]
  31. (hist) ‎Transcript: Technical basics everyone should know before discussing online content control ‎[78,732 bytes]
  32. (hist) ‎Platform and data neutrality – access to content – WS 01 2018 ‎[78,548 bytes]
  33. (hist) ‎Privacy is everywhere: how to deal with emerging problems? – WS 02 2018 ‎[78,484 bytes]
  34. (hist) ‎Non-state actors in Europe and beyond: The true shapers of cybersecurity norms?! – WS 09 2018 ‎[78,091 bytes]
  35. (hist) ‎Regulation and the Internet economy – how to create the right building blocks for 5G networks – WS 03 2019 ‎[77,427 bytes]
  36. (hist) ‎Cybersecurity – The technical realities behind the headlines – Edu 02 2017 ‎[76,672 bytes]
  37. (hist) ‎Children in the digital age – How to balance their right to freedom and their right to be protected? – WS 04 2019 ‎[76,659 bytes]
  38. (hist) ‎International trade agreements and Internet governance – Pl 04 2017 ‎[76,476 bytes]
  39. (hist) ‎Should public policy priorities and requirements be included when designing Internet standards? – WS 05 2020 ‎[75,837 bytes]
  40. (hist) ‎Digital citizenship, integration and participation – WS 12 2017 ‎[75,286 bytes]
  41. (hist) ‎Transcript: Cybersecurity revisited, or are best practices really best? ‎[74,792 bytes]
  42. (hist) ‎Your Freedom of Expression vs. mine? Who is in control? – WS 10 2018 ‎[74,712 bytes]
  43. (hist) ‎Play the villain – learn to fight disinformation with news literacy – WS 12 2019 ‎[74,646 bytes]
  44. (hist) ‎Cybersecurity challenges ahead! How would you shape regulation to address changing technology? – WS 07 2019 ‎[74,553 bytes]
  45. (hist) ‎Transcript: Signed, sealed - deciphered? Holding algorithms accountable to protect fundamental rights ‎[74,464 bytes]
  46. (hist) ‎Transcript: Uncovering the DNA of European IG(F) initiatives ‎[74,340 bytes]
  47. (hist) ‎Information disorder: causes, risks and remedies. – PL 02 2018 ‎[73,639 bytes]
  48. (hist) ‎Transcript: Internet fragmentation and digital sovereignty: implications for Europe ‎[73,570 bytes]
  49. (hist) ‎Smart cities and governance – WS 09 2019 ‎[73,443 bytes]
  50. (hist) ‎Stress testing the multistakeholder model in cybersecurity – WS 09 2017 ‎[73,266 bytes]
  51. (hist) ‎Criminal justice on the Internet – identifying common solutions – WS 4 2017 ‎[73,177 bytes]
  52. (hist) ‎Community networks and smart solutions in remote areas – a bottom-up approach to digital citizenship – WS 12 2020 ‎[72,809 bytes]
  53. (hist) ‎Is GDPR still a mystery? – EDU 01 2018 ‎[72,625 bytes]
  54. (hist) ‎New business models and the Internet – WS 02 2017 ‎[72,585 bytes]
  55. (hist) ‎Transcript: Empowerment through education ‎[71,887 bytes]
  56. (hist) ‎Greening Internet governance – Environmental sustainability and digital transformation – PL 04 2020 ‎[71,545 bytes]
  57. (hist) ‎Surveillance, laws and governments vs. Internet rights – WS 07 2018 ‎[71,328 bytes]
  58. (hist) ‎Intersection between public policy and technical standards – PL 02 2019 ‎[71,258 bytes]
  59. (hist) ‎Technical basics everyone should know before calling for regulation – Edu 01 2017 ‎[71,154 bytes]
  60. (hist) ‎Create your digital future: transforming lives and businesses in Europe – WS 03 2018 ‎[71,016 bytes]
  61. (hist) ‎Blockchain technology and internet governance – Edu 3 2017 ‎[70,866 bytes]
  62. (hist) ‎Transcript: How do transnational data flows affect users’ trust? ‎[70,496 bytes]
  63. (hist) ‎Transcript: Zero rating what is it? ‎[68,888 bytes]
  64. (hist) ‎Transcript: Content is the king revisited ‎[68,858 bytes]
  65. (hist) ‎Transcript: Impact of zero rating ‎[67,251 bytes]
  66. (hist) ‎Transcript: The future of cybersecurity in Europe - from state of play to state of art ‎[67,251 bytes]
  67. (hist) ‎Realizing rights online – from human rights discourses to enforceable stakeholder responsibilities – WS 01 2017 ‎[67,103 bytes]
  68. (hist) ‎Innovative uses of blockchain for public empowerment – WS 04 2020 ‎[66,315 bytes]
  69. (hist) ‎Converging markets and blurred borders – challenges for e-commerce in Europe – WS 11 2018 ‎[66,279 bytes]
  70. (hist) ‎Privacy in Europe – GDPR vs. information freedom? – WS 09 2020 ‎[65,341 bytes]
  71. (hist) ‎Embracing the digital (r)evolution ‎[64,915 bytes]
  72. (hist) ‎Universal Acceptance – a technical or a cultural issue? – WS 15 2020 ‎[64,471 bytes]
  73. (hist) ‎Blockchain – a competition to governments? – PL 04 2018 ‎[64,448 bytes]
  74. (hist) ‎Transcript: Will users' trust impact on transnational data flows? ‎[64,040 bytes]
  75. (hist) ‎Building on a blockchain – EDU 03 2018 ‎[63,825 bytes]
  76. (hist) ‎How the digital revolution changes our work life – Pl 03 2017 ‎[62,725 bytes]
  77. (hist) ‎Transcript: Confronting the digital divide (1) - Internet access and/as human rights for minorities ‎[61,078 bytes]
  78. (hist) ‎YOUthDIG 2018 messages ‎[60,760 bytes]
  79. (hist) ‎Competition in a data-driven world: how to ensure sustainable growth? – Pl 03 2018 ‎[60,606 bytes]
  80. (hist) ‎Global digital governance – can technical solutions respond to policy questions? – PL 01 2019 ‎[60,462 bytes]
  81. (hist) ‎DNS quo vadis – addressing challenges and the future functionality of the DNS – WS 04 2018 ‎[60,035 bytes]
  82. (hist) ‎Domain names innovation and competition – WS 08 2017 ‎[59,389 bytes]
  83. (hist) ‎Transcript: Confronting the digital divide (2) - Refugees, human rights and Internet access ‎[59,359 bytes]
  84. (hist) ‎YOUthDIG 2017 messages ‎[58,933 bytes]
  85. (hist) ‎Transcript: From cybersecurity to terrorism - are we all under surveillance? ‎[58,821 bytes]
  86. (hist) ‎The Domain Name System – How it works – EDU 02 2018 ‎[58,696 bytes]
  87. (hist) ‎Transcript: A sustainable way forward ‎[58,080 bytes]
  88. (hist) ‎Tackling online harms – a regulation minefield? Present and future. – PL 07 2019 ‎[57,584 bytes]
  89. (hist) ‎Blockchain & Privacy – WS 10 2019 ‎[57,238 bytes]
  90. (hist) ‎European Digital Economy and COVID-19 pandemic – current state of affairs, risks, and opportunities – PL 03 2020 ‎[57,027 bytes]
  91. (hist) ‎Bridging the urban-rural digital gap – a commercial or community effort? – PL 01 2018 ‎[56,226 bytes]
  92. (hist) ‎Digital Cooperation – Report of the UN High level panel (PART I and II) – Q&A 2019 ‎[55,952 bytes]
  93. (hist) ‎IoT – economic opportunities and security challenges. – WS 05 2018 ‎[55,398 bytes]
  94. (hist) ‎Universal acceptance – is the Internet reaching the people it needs to? – WS 06 2018 ‎[53,585 bytes]
  95. (hist) ‎5G – the opportunities and obstacles – PL 01 2020 ‎[52,864 bytes]
  96. (hist) ‎Digital sovereignty – from users’ empowerment to technological leadership – PL 02 2020 ‎[52,270 bytes]
  97. (hist) ‎NRI Assembly – European contribution to global IG process – 2017 ‎[52,085 bytes]
  98. (hist) ‎Openness, rights and access ‎[51,489 bytes]
  99. (hist) ‎Making norms work – Pursuing effective cybersecurity – PL 04 2019 ‎[51,027 bytes]
  100. (hist) ‎Advanced literacy – Basic education for the digital age? – EDU 02 2019 ‎[47,642 bytes]

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