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[Singapore – 15 February 2015] - The Internet Society Board of Trustees, during its Board meeting 14-15 February, applauded the progress made by the global Internet community on the IANA stewardship transition and encouraged continued momentum to ensure a robust and successful proposal that leads to globalization.
[Washington, DC; Geneva, Switzerland; Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago – 11 February 2015] – The Caribbean Association of National Telecommunication Organizations (CANTO) and the Internet Society have joined forces to promote Internet development and education programs in the Caribbean region.
Leading Industry Events on IPv6 and Internet Security Reach
Sri Lanka, Trinidad; Series to Culminate in San Francisco Bay Area
Washington DC, USA; Geneva and Davos, Switzerland
The headlines of today regarding hacking, exposure of large quantities of personal data, denial of service attacks, and the continued revelations about pervasive monitoring are deeply disturbing.
Funding will continue development of Internet Exchange Points and local Internet expertise in Paraguay and Bolivia
New report from the Internet Society studies impact on Internet ecosystem in Rwanda
[Washington, D.C. and Geneva, Switzerland – 13 January 2015] – Local Internet hosting is key to the development of the Internet ecosystem in emerging countries, according to a report released today by the Internet Society.
New role created to build organization’s global profile and increase awareness of key Internet issues
On 17 December 2014 representatives from ISOC and ICANN, along with the chairs of the IETF and IAB, met to discuss two separate timely topics, the IANA Stewardship Transition and the NETMundial Initiative.
The attendees were:
Contributes additional US$100,000 to the IGF Support Association