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The Digital Services Act and Why the Architecture of the Internet Must Be Preserved
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Internet Way of Networking 18 September 2020

The Digital Services Act and Why the Architecture of the Internet Must Be Preserved

Earlier this year, as part of the European Digital Strategy, the European Commission announced a Digital Services Act package...

Making Connections to Make a Difference at the 2020 Chapter Workshops
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About Internet Society 18 September 2020

Making Connections to Make a Difference at the 2020 Chapter Workshops

Each year during Chapter Workshops, representatives from across the Internet Society come together to advance their shared vision of...

What Will the Internet Look Like in 2030? New Grants Program for Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet
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Shaping the Internet's Future 16 September 2020

What Will the Internet Look Like in 2030? New Grants Program for Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet

From the environment to the economy, the Internet is reshaping and disrupting several sectors of our society. What might...

Member News: Kyrgyzstan Chapter Focuses on Online Resources for Schools
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About Internet Society 15 September 2020

Member News: Kyrgyzstan Chapter Focuses on Online Resources for Schools

Library access: The Kyrgyzstan Chapter of the Internet Society has started work on version 2.0 of its ilimBox project,...

The Week in Internet News: Microsoft Warns of Cyberattacks on U.S. Election
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Technology 14 September 2020

The Week in Internet News: Microsoft Warns of Cyberattacks on U.S. Election

Hackers vs. the election: Microsoft has warned that hackers from Russia, China, and Iran are targeting U.S. election systems,...

How Peering and Infrastructure Development Improved Connectivity in Kenya, Speeding Economic Growth
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Infrastructure and Community Development 11 September 2020

How Peering and Infrastructure Development Improved Connectivity in Kenya, Speeding Economic Growth

The country can become a continental digital leader with strengthened Internet Exchange Points (IXPs). In January this year, Internet...

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit
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Internet Way of Networking 9 September 2020

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit

The Internet has been revolutionary for human progress. Bit by bit, byte by byte, it has come to underpin...

This Week in Internet News: India Bans 118 Apps From Chinese Companies
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Technology 7 September 2020

This Week in Internet News: India Bans 118 Apps From Chinese Companies

Eyes on you: A U.S. appeals court has ruled that a National Security Agency program that collected call data...

Chapter Leaders Worldwide Make the Case for Strong Encryption
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Encryption 3 September 2020

Chapter Leaders Worldwide Make the Case for Strong Encryption

What makes a great leader? Earlier this year, 473 Chapter Members participated in the 2020 Chapters Training Program. The...

Don’t Forget Cybersecurity on Your Back-to-School List
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Encryption 2 September 2020

Don’t Forget Cybersecurity on Your Back-to-School List

This opinion piece was originally published in Dark Reading. School systems don’t seem like attractive targets, but they house lots...

The Internet Society Welcomes the Comoros Chapter
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About Internet Society 2 September 2020

The Internet Society Welcomes the Comoros Chapter

We are excited to announce the new Internet Society Comoros Chapter! ISOC Comoros officially launched in July in front...

The Digital Divide May Be News, But It’s Not New
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Community Networks 31 August 2020

The Digital Divide May Be News, But It’s Not New

This opinion piece was originally published in Morning Consult. Low-income Americans; Black, Hispanic and Native Americans; the elderly; Americans with a...

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