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Privacy & Identity
In February 2013, in preparation for a workshop entitled “The New PII: Privacy-Impacting Information” organised by the Internet Society at the WSIS+10 Review Event, the Internet Society invited its members and others to voice their opinion via an online micro survey. There were three optional requests:
27 February 2013 at 11:05 am
IETF 86 in Orlando is rapidly approaching (10-15 March 2013). Newcomers' training and technical tutorials take place on Sunday (10 March), with the working group (WG), Birds of a Feather (BoF), and a plenary session happening during the week.
Once again, the Internet Society is pleased to bring you a Rough Guide to the IETF 86 sessions most relevant to our current work. The online version of this Rough Guide will be updated as the IETF 86 session agendas are finalized:
If someone gave you something, didn't mention charging for it, but then debited your bank account anyway, you'd think something was wrong... right?
But in the information economy, personal data is currency.
This is part three of a three part tutorial on Managing your Identity. Follow the link to reach the landing page.
This is part one of a three part tutorial on Managing your Identity. Follow the link to reach the landing page.
The 2012 Global Internet User Survey focused on issues such as of how users accessed the Internet, what applications they sues, how they managed thir personal information online, the internet's relationship to human rights, and the effect of government regulation on the Internet. This inforgraphic summarizes the key findings from the 2012 survey.