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  • 24-July-2020

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    A roadmap toward a common framework for measuring the digital economy

    This document was prepared as an input for the discussions in the G20 Digital Economy Task Force in 2020, under the auspices of the G20 Saudi Arabia Presidency. It proposes a common agreed definition of the digital economy and proposes a clear step forward for digital economy measurement.

  • 22-July-2020

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    Key ICT Indicators

    These statistical indicators summarise the current state of the ICT sector.

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  • 17-July-2020

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    Combatting COVID-19 disinformation on online platforms

    As a key channel for this disinformation, online platforms play an important role in limiting its circulation – but they can’t do it on their own. Internet companies, governments, public health organisations and other stakeholders must work together to combat this “infodemic”. This policy brief describes four key actions they can take.

  • 2-June-2020

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    Protecting children online

    While the Internet can bring considerable benefits to children's education and development, it also exposes them to online risks such as access to inappropriate content, abusive interaction with others, exposure to aggressive marketing practices and privacy risks. The OECD has undertaken considerable work on protecting children as users of the Internet.

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  • 2-June-2020

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    Protecting children online - An overview of recent developments in legal frameworks and policies

    The digital environment presents a wide range of benefits to children, whilst also exposing them to various risks, including cyberbullying, harmful content and inappropriate contact with strangers. This report provides an overview of the legal and policy actions that governments, international organisations and other stakeholders have taken to ensure a safe and beneficial digital environment for children. It considers actions taken to keep pace with technological developments, to ensure children can realise the benefits of the digital environment, and to respond to the changing digital risk landscape. The report also informed the revision of the 2012 OECD Recommendation of the Council on the Protection of Children Online, which aims to bring it into line with current and anticipated future needs of children in the digital environment.
  • 4-May-2020

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    Keeping the Internet up and running in times of crisis

    Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, demand for broadband communication services has soared, with some operators experiencing as much as a 60% increase in Internet traffic. This brief looks at how broadband networks can meet unprecedented demand.

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  • 23-April-2020

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    Tracking and tracing COVID-19: Protecting privacy and data while using apps and biometrics

    Disclosures of personal information can allow the public to better identify potential COVID-19 infections and track the spread over time. However, current digital solutions for monitoring and containment have varying implications for privacy and data protection.

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  • 23-April-2020

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    Using artificial intelligence to help combat COVID-19

    AI technologies and tools play a key role in every aspect of the COVID-19 crisis response. To realise the full promise of AI to combat COVID-19, policy makers must ensure that AI systems are trustworthy and aligned with the OECD AI Principles.

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  • 14-April-2020

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    Ensuring data privacy as we battle COVID-19

    While the exceptional measures implemented or envisaged in some countries may ultimately prove effective in limiting the spread of the virus, some approaches have proven controversial in terms of their risk of violating privacy and other fundamental rights of citizens, particularly when such measures lack transparency and public consultation.

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  • 3-April-2020

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    Dealing with digital security risk during the COVID-19 crisis

    Digital security risk is increasing as malicious actors take advantage of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. It is essential that governments raise awareness, monitor the threat landscape and publish easily accessible guidelines for digital security hygiene, in particular to vulnerable groups.

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