Findings indicate that current policies fall short in making people feel protected online
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The Internet Society applauds Senators on both sides of the aisle for evaluating the transition of the oversight of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions to the global Internet community on the facts rather than inaccurate rhetoric.
[Geneva, Switzerland– 21 September 2016] – The Internet Society today announced that it has opened a new regional bureau in the Middle East and appointed Salam Yamout to the role of Regional Director.
[Tsbilisi, Georgia– 7 September, 2016] – Villages and communities in the region of Tusheti, Georgia will soon have Internet access for the first time, thanks to a collaborative agreement between several Internet organizations.
Launches “Promoting Content in Africa” at African Peering and Interconnection Forum in Tanzania
[Addis Ababa, Ethiopia –3 August, 2016] – The Internet Society today announced that it has selected 23 fellows from 20 African countries to attend the 7th African Peering and Interconnection Forum (AfPIF), to be held from 30 August - 1 September, 2016 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
Diverse funding source provides solid financial foundation for development of open Internet technologies and standards
[Washington, D.C.] – The Internet Society today announced that its Board of Trustees elected Gonzalo Camarillo as the new Chair during its Annual General Meeting 18-19 June 2016.
Connecting the unconnected and recognizing Africa’s women trailblazers will be focus at Africa Internet Summit
[Washington, D.C. – May 24, 2016] – The Internet Society made a statement today in support of the timely transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions to the global Internet community.