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27 March 2015.
I was delighted to be invited by the Council of Europe to give a lecture at the University of Podgorica, MonteNegro. The lecture was one in a series of lectures arranged in collaboration between the University and the Council of Europe. My presentation was entitled: Online media – CoE standards, copyright & use of social media by journalists. It was an amazing experience to have my words translated into  Montenegrin and to give the lecture with simulatneous translation. I'd like to thank the students for being a wonderful audience, the translator for her patience, and the organisers at the University for doing such a great job. It was my first trip to Podgorica and indeed, my first time in the Balkans, and I have to say that I was made to feel very welcome. 
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In 2012, I presented my PhD research in the European Parliament.

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Iptegrity.com is the website of Dr Monica Horten. I am a policy analyst specialising in Internet governance policy and European policy, such as platform accountability. I am a published author & Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics & Political Science. I served as an independent expert on the Council of Europe Committee on  Internet Freedom. I have worked on CoE, EU and UNDP funded projects in eastern Europe and the Caucasus. In a voluntary capacity, I have led UK citizen delegations to the European Parliament.  I was shortlisted for The Guardian Open Internet Poll 2012. Iptegrity  offers expert insights into Internet policy (and related issues on Brexit). Iptegrity has a core readership in the Brussels policy community, and has been cited in the media. Please acknowledge Iptegrity when you cite or link.  For more, see IP politics with integrity

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