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"It is important for CSOs not to turn into sects." Are Belarusians ready to take part in the activities of CSOs and civic initiatives?
Why is it better to engage eco-activists in the Belarusian countryside?
Baltic Internet Policy Initiative / The Office for European Expertise and Communications
December 2019

Belarusian audience of websites of Russian TV channels
Mikhail Doroshevich
e-baltic.ORG / Baltic Internet Policy Initiative
March 2019

ePetitions in Belarus and Ukraine
Dmytro Khutkyy, Mikhail Doroshevich
e-baltic.ORG / Baltic Internet Policy Initiative
March 2018

Awareness and involvement in activities of civil society organizations Second Edition
e-baltic.ORG / Baltic Internet Policy Initiative
February 2018


Belarus News

Belarus amends telecommunication laws
According to BelTA amendments to the telecommunication laws have been introduced by Council of Ministers' Resolution No. 881 as of 20 December.

A1, beCloud relaunch 4G in Gomel as part of national strategic partnership; VoLTE launched in a country "first"
According to TeleGeography A1 Belarus (formerly VELCOM), a wholly owned subsidiary of A1 Telekom Austria Group, has announced the resumption of 4G LTE mobile internet services in Gomel as part of a strategic partnership with the country's common infrastructure provider Belarusian Cloud Technologies (beCloud). Using the 1800MHz band, the two firms say that following optimisation and a doubling in network capacity, services have been restarted in Belarus' largest regional centre.

LTE network in Belarus to start using 800MHz frequency range
According to BelTA the telecommunication infrastructure operator beCloud will start building cell towers operating in a new frequency range - 800MHz - in January 2020.

Belarus media space described as place of West-Russia information warfare
According to BelTA the Belarusian media space has become a place of a tough information war between the West and Russia, analyst of the Belarusian Institute of Strategic Research (BISR) Valentin Starichenok said as he addressed the meeting of the Expert Community project - "Analyzing Belarus: Facts and Fiction" in BelTA's press center on 11 December.

Need to protect government data in Belarus pointed out
According to BelTA due to the rapid advance of technologies it is now necessary to protect government data in Belarus.

Belarusian secure government communications system's capabilities, future plans described
According to BelTA State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Stanislav Zas have told reporters about results of the government conference hosted by the head of state earlier on 21 November to discuss the development of the government communications system.

Austria to help Belarus with 5G technology
According to BelTA Austria will help Belarus to deploy 5G technology.

Belarusian government approves project to develop border crossing mobile app
According to BelTA the Belarusian government has approved a international technical assistance project to develop a mobile application supporting the crossing of state borders.

Benefits of Austrian investments in Belarusian IT companies pointed out
According to BelTA it is profitable for Austrian companies to invest in Belarusian IT companies, BelTA learned from Director of the Hi-Tech Park Administration Vsevolod Yanchevsky on the sidelines of a business forum in Vienna.

Grodno hacker steals money from foreign bank accounts to buy bitcoins
According to BelTA the Main Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of Belarus is looking into the theft of money from foreign bank accounts.


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