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Kick-off Meeting: Berlin Talks

31 January 2012

The first meeting for the ›Berliner Gespräche zu Internet und Gesellschaft‹ will take place on Februrary the 9th 2012 hosted by the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.

It seeks for an exchange of expertise in the research fields of Internet and Society as well as it aims to explore possibilities of co-operations.

On invitation only. Further information via founders@hiig.de

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