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Julien Lecomte Jul 23
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Ambassadeur Numérique Jul 22
Great first day of the Thank you
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Julien Lecomte Jul 25
Percent penetration of internet users in 2020
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Silja-Madli Ossip Jul 22
Attending this week, looking forward to hearing all the great speakers!
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Julien Lecomte Jul 23
addressing the on the cyber stability framework. Thanks,
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Anna-Maria Osula Sep 5
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Maria Tolppa Jul 26
Replying to @mariafarrell
it was such a pleasure to meet you and thank you tons for joining us for the .
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Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar Jul 25
Really great to meet my good colleague from the UK on the sidelines of . Yet again confirmed how much the UK and Estonia can learn from each other as we work together to ensure a stable, free and secure cyberspace.
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Fede González Jul 27
A very special thank you to , and her amazing team, for the honor of inviting to participate in and for your acknowledgement of Mexico as a like-minded country in Cyber.
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U/S of State Andrea Thompson Jul 24
Thanks to , Estonia's Amb at Large for Cyber Security, for moderating a great discussion @ the , for the strong cooperation b/w the US & Estonia on cyber issues, & for Estonia's continued leadership on policy & the operation aspects of cybersecruity.
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Estonian MFA Jul 30
Many thanks to the organisers of our first-ever Summer School of Cyber Diplomacy that took place last week! We are grateful for all your hard work in making a success. ❤
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Estonian MFA Jul 26
It’s a wrap: the first Tallinn Summer School of Cyber Diplomacy brought a lot of productive ideas on how we can guard in cyberspace and defend free internet. We warmly thank all the speakers and participants👏. See you again at the next !
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Anna-Maria Osula Jul 26
Excellent talk by Dr Lewis on negotiating : e.g. 1) it is bad time for further multilateral fora, we need to focus on existing institutions; 2) ROs will become stronger actors; 3) victim states will start asking for retaliation options.
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Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar Jul 24
Great keynote and important contribution by at today. Looking forward to continued cyber cooperation between the US and Estonia.
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Anna-Maria Osula Jul 25
. makes a strong case of some being already implemented in domestic legislation (e.g. ).
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Maria Farrell Jul 26
Why WHY did I rush to the airport in Tallinn, instead of staying for drinks and hellos at the ? Too late (by far) for comfort or stupidly early - why is it so hard to get check in timings right. Especially, eh, on Friday evenings.
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Patryk Pawlak Jul 26
Replying to @patrykpawlak
In response to my question about contingency planning if both UN processes fail, Jim Lewis says 1) the work of regional organisations will grow in importance and 2) like-minded will focus on imposing consequences. So basically we go back to 2017 :)
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U/S of State Andrea Thompson Jul 24
Enjoyed the conversation at the and the opportunity to emphasize the value of engagement with other countries to promote responsible State behavior in cyberspace and build cyber capacity, and to preserve the open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet.
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Thorsten Wetzling Jul 22
Replying to @twetzling
Yes, the UNSR Privacy tried this before with no support from Member States. Whether this approach needs now to be revisited could be a question to ponder @ /end
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Thorsten Wetzling Jul 26
Thanks for the opportunity to present & discuss surveillance-related challenges with unique group of cyber diplomats
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