Established by the World Summit on the Information Society, the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is an innovative space for dialogue, which brings together State representatives, actors from the technical community, the private sector and members of the Internet civil society from around the world. The IGF aims to address, through collective and in-depth reflection, the governance issues of the Internet. A global event, the IGF has been adapted to regional, subregional and national levels in order to address specific issues and sustain international reflection through the themes and conclusions of each meeting. The FGI France 2019 was the opportunity to bring together more than 1,000 participants and to hold a multi-stakeholder debate with a strong European focus on digital rights and uses as well as on the future of the Internet, carried out through four tracks: "For a responsible digitization", "Digitally divisive or digitally inclusive?", "The Internet: between governance and regulation" and "Data at the core of digitization".