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KRACK Proves We Need More Encryption on the Internet

Multiple layers of encryption are necessary to provide robust online security over time.

Solutions needed! It’s time to close the digital gender divide. Today 250 million fewer women than men use the Internet.

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ENOG 14 in Minsk
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Deploy360 19 October 2017

ENOG 14 in Minsk

The 14th Eurasia Network Operator’s Group (ENOG 14) that was held on 9-10 October 2017 in Minsk, Belarus featured 234 participants...

Second Slovenian Internet Governance Forum in Ljubljana (Slovenian)
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In the news 19 October 2017

Second Slovenian Internet Governance Forum in Ljubljana (Slovenian)

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[VP of SFBay Area ISOC Chapter] Fatema Kothari Named to FCC’s Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment
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In the news 18 October 2017

[VP of SFBay Area ISOC Chapter] Fatema Kothari Named to FCC’s Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment

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Indigenous Connectivity Summit Sheds Light on Ways in Which Indigenous Communities Bridge the Digital Divide
Press Releases 18 October 2017

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Sheds Light on Ways in Which Indigenous Communities Bridge the Digital Divide

Two-day Event will Facilitate Conversation between Individuals and Organizations Committed to Bringing the Internet to Indigenous Communities Throughout North...

Meeting customer demand for security: Minding your MANRS
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In the news 18 October 2017

Meeting customer demand for security: Minding your MANRS

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IPv6 prefix assignment BCOP published as RIPE-690
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Deploy360 18 October 2017

IPv6 prefix assignment BCOP published as RIPE-690

We’re pleased to announce that after a year of intensive work by IPv6 experts around the world, supported by...

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Say no to Internet shutdowns and content filtering

Internet shutdowns cause major social and economic damage. We need to help governments understand shutdowns are not the solution! Here’s...

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