Monthly overview of Internet governance and digital policy developments and activities in South Eastern Europe and the neighouring area
In partnership with DiploFoundation & Geneva Internet Platform
[New] The August 2018 issue is now available.
It covers Internet governance and digital policy developments that occurred in South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area in July and August 2018.
- Croatia: The government adopted a Cyber Security Law for key network operators and digital service providers.
- Greece: The Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission launched registrations of domain names in the new internationalised ccTLD.ελ domain.
- Montenegro: The Ministry of Defence of Montenegro will join NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.
- Romania: The Ministry of Finance of Romania drafted a bill to regulate electronic money, setting requirements an issuer of electronic money must meet in order to operate legally within the country.
- SEE: Cable’s analysis of over 163m broadband speed tests worldwide revealed that broadband speed in SEE+ countries is stagnating.
- SEE: SEE+ countries scored Very-high and High ESDI in the UN E-Government Survey 2018.
- This issue also includes a list of events taking place in September.
- Issue 19 | June 2018
- Issue 18 | May 2018
- Issue 17 | April 2018
- Issue 16 | March 2018
- Issue 15 | February 2018
- Issue 14 | December 2017 and January 2018
- Issue 13 | November 2017
- Issue 12 | October 2017
- Issue 11 | September 2017
- Issue 10 | June 2017
- Issue 9 | May 2017
- Issue 8 | April 2017
- Issue 7 | March 2017
- Issue 6 | February 2017
- Issue 5 | January 2017
- Issue 4 | December 2016
- Issue 3 | November 2016
- Issue 2 | October 2016
- Issue 1 | September 2016
Editors: Qanita Abedpour, Andreea Belu, Maja Ćalović, Sabajete Elezaj, Andrijana Gavrilović, Su Sonia Herring, Loreta Kroj, Olga Kyryliuk, Dajana Mulaj, Oliana Sula | Coordination: Andrijana Gavrilović and Sorina Teleanu
The SEEsummary is produced on a best effort basis, by our team of volunteer editors. Each month, the editors scan local and regional media, as well as websites of public institutions and other organisations, and compile what they find to be some of the most significant digital policy developments.
The SEEsummary does not claim to be a comprehensive source of information. Despite our efforts, we may miss some things happening across the region. To help us cover as many significant developments as possible, we invite you to share with us news from your countries.
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