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APRICOT 2020: Routing Security Takes Center Stage
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Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) 26 February 2020

APRICOT 2020: Routing Security Takes Center Stage

More than 600 of the world’s leading Internet engineers from 60 economies gathered last week at APRICOT, and it was...

The Week in Internet News: ISPs Sue Maine Over New Privacy Law
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Technology 24 February 2020

The Week in Internet News: ISPs Sue Maine Over New Privacy Law

Protesting privacy: Four ISP trade groups are suing the state of Maine for a privacy law that goes into...

NDSS 2020: The Best in Security Research – For the Good of the Internet
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Building Trust 21 February 2020

NDSS 2020: The Best in Security Research – For the Good of the Internet

On 23 February, the 27th consecutive Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS) kicks off in San Diego, CA....

Canada’s Innovative Future Relies on Upholding Core Properties of the Capital ‘I’ Internet
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Strengthening the Internet 21 February 2020

Canada’s Innovative Future Relies on Upholding Core Properties of the Capital ‘I’ Internet

As Canada considers how to renew its broadcasting and telecommunications regulatory regime, it should steer clear of recent recommendations...

The Week in Internet News: CIA Had Encryption Backdoor for Decades
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Technology 17 February 2020

The Week in Internet News: CIA Had Encryption Backdoor for Decades

We’re watching you: The U.S. CIA secretly had an ownership stake in Swiss encryption company Crypto AG for decades...

Member News: Internet Society Chapters Focus on Security
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About Internet Society 14 February 2020

Member News: Internet Society Chapters Focus on Security

Security on your mind: The Internet Society’s Chapter in Benin recently hosted a conference focused on online security and...

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