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Conference on fighting cybercrime to be opened in Georgia2010-05-13 12:23
Today a regional conference on fighting cybercrime will be opened in the Georgian capital - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In the course of the conference the exchange of opinions on fighting cybercrime, situation analysis and steps on reinforcement of cooperation between states in this direction are planned.
The forum will be attended by representatives of NGOs from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Poland, Estonia, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Spain, and Turkey.
Previously Georgian bloggers rejected the initiative of Zurab Pololikashvili, the Minister of Economy of Georgia, who offered them a state support.
"Development of blogging doesn't need the assistance of the state, - noted Dodi Kharkheli, author of one of the most popular Georgian blogs. - I have a blog and I write whatever I want and in any manner I want, and who and how must help me?". In his view, the government can help by making information of various sorts more available.
Bloggers also didn't support another initiative of Pololikashvili - on establishment of bloggers' association. They acquainted him with the problems, impeding popularization of Georgian in the Internet, like absence of Georgia's maps in Google.
The Minister of Economy promised bloggers mediation with businesspeople. The conference, discussing use of blogging in business development, is planned to be held soon.