Central Asian Internet Governance Forum 2018

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The main purpose of the 3rd Central Asian Internet Governance Forum is to strengthening of the existing public platform for the discussion of policies regarding Internet governance in Central Asian countries. The Forum will address issues related to cybersecurity, Internet freedom and regulation, development of the DNS industry and access to the Internet as well as global and national approaches to Internet governance.

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Date and Time

Thursday 21 June 2018 –

Friday 22 June 2018

Location

Radisson Hotel

Astana, Kazakhstan

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