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Alongside the social reporting taking place in the IGF venue we are also inviting remote participants to be part of the social reporting process: helping make sense of the many themes at IGF10.

To find out how you can Engage Remotely, Connect Locally and be part of social reporting, read this summary and TEMPLATE (developed from the original concept on the right!) 


You should also take a look at the Social Reporters Handbook.

More details

If you are going to be a remote participant at IGF you could also take part in our social reporting exercise.  Social reporting will be centered around important key themes, including: (1) Cloud computing; (2) Network neutrality; (3) Privacy and data protection; (4) Cybersecurity; (5) Intellectual property and access; (6) Freedom of expression; (7) Development; (8) Child safety; (9) Youth issues beyond safety and (10) Social Networks. 

Each theme will be activated by a "theme team" consisting of social reporters following sessions remotely (hopefully you) and those who will be following it in Vilnius (corridor discussion, interviews). In this way we should be able to combine both efforts and provide good summaries about discussion on main themes to ensure maximum dynamic exchange. 

Please let us know the theme you would like to cover by e-mailing Tim igf2010@diplomacy.edu with 'Engage Remotely, Connect Locally' in the subject line. We will send you further instructions and details on Monday morning. 
 

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