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 in the most recent issue (#20) of the SEEsummary. It covers the month of July and August 2018.
Some of the main headlines:
- Broadband speed in SEE+ countries stagnating.
- Greece launched registrations for the .ελ top-level domain.
- Croatia adopts a cybersecurity law for key network operators and digital service providers.
- Montenegro is set to join NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.
- Romania drafts bill to regulate electronic money.
- SEE+ countries score very-high and high ESDI in the UN E-Government Survey 2018.