Curious to know what has happened in South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area in terms of Internet governance and digital policy recently? Our team of editors has made it all easier and collected main developments and events in the most recent issue (#17) of the SEEsummary. It covers the month of March 2018.
Some of the main headlines:
- First Internet Exchange Point (IXP) to be established in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Bulgaria and Slovenia are among 25 European countries that signed a Declaration of cooperation on artificial intelligence.
- National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology in Moldova launched a public consultation on self-regulatory practices for ISP to tackle online content harmful for children.
- Bulgaria, Greece, and Serbia signed a letter of intent to create a 5G-enabled transportation corridor between the cities of Sofia, Thessaloniki, and Belgrade.
- The Slovenian Agency for Communication Networks and Services announced a decision to include broadband Internet access as part of the universal service concept.
- Twitter’s latest Transparency Report revealed that Turkey submitted approximately 65% of the total number of content removal requests.