The speakers at the conference’s 36 main sessions will include senior executives and officials from NATO, the UN and prominent government communicators from various countries.
Under regulations approved by the federal cabinet, social media companies will be obliged to help law-enforcement agencies access data and remove online content ranging from terrorism to challenging religious sensitivities.
Failure to comply with the so-called "digital strip search" rules at the borders of New Zealand, which came into effect this week, can result in a $3,240 fine along with the seizure and destruction of devices such as laptops or mobile phones.
Documentaries, short films and web series are part of the annual festival which opened its doors on Wednesday.
Singapore court sentences a teen for his offensive comments, videos and a photo on various social media outlets, saying his actions will generate ‘social unrest.'
Swiss authorities monitor the social media activity of nearly 400 people suspected of having alleged links with terrorist groups.
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