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April Froncek

April Froncek

Communications Manager

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Biography

April Froncek joins the Internet Society as Communications Manager.

Prior to joining the Internet Society, she was the technology director at the educational nonprofit Prep for Prep and a database administrator at Columbia Artists Management. In her spare time, she writes and performs as a storyteller. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, on National Public Radio, and on The Moth Radio Hour.

April is based in New Jersey, United States.

Latest posts

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Building Trust 28 January 2020

This Data Privacy Day It’s the Little Things That Count

Today we’re celebrating Data Privacy Day, which is all about empowering people and organizations to respect privacy, safeguard data,...

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Growing the Internet 20 December 2019

Deutsche Welle Spotlights Tanzania’s Kondoa Community Network

Nearly half of the world lacks Internet access. But in rural Africa, the number is much higher: 86% of...

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Building Trust 31 October 2019

What Scary Movies Can Teach Us About Internet Trust

Mad geniuses. Evil dolls. Slow zombies. This Halloween, we’ll see all of these horror film clichés come to life....

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Building Trust 23 October 2019

A criptografia nossa de cada dia

Com que frequência você usa a criptografia? Pode parecer coisa de espiões, mas você vai ficar surpreso/surpresa quando souber...

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Building Trust 22 October 2019

Your Day with Encryption

How often do you use encryption? It seems like the stuff of spy films, but you might be surprised...

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Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) 22 May 2019

Improving Routing Security: Microsoft Joins MANRS

In November, a routing incident in Nigeria caused Internet traffic to be rerouted through Russia and China. It lasted...

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