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The Week in Internet News: Seven Countries Repeat Calls for Encryption Backdoors
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Technology 19 October 2020

The Week in Internet News: Seven Countries Repeat Calls for Encryption Backdoors

Here we go again: Seven countries, including the U.S., U.K., Japan, and India, are again pushing tech companies to...

In Africa, Strengthening Digital Infrastructure for a Safe Return to Schools
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Infrastructure and Community Development 16 October 2020

In Africa, Strengthening Digital Infrastructure for a Safe Return to Schools

When COVID-19 struck Africa, governments imposed temporary or full shutdowns of education systems to contain its spread. At least...

Member News: Haitian Chapter Calls for More Community Networks
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About Internet Society 14 October 2020

Member News: Haitian Chapter Calls for More Community Networks

From the community: The Haiti Chapter of the Internet Society recently posted a video advocating for more community networks...

The Week in Internet News: U.S. Lawmakers Want to Break Up Big Tech Firms
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Technology 12 October 2020

The Week in Internet News: U.S. Lawmakers Want to Break Up Big Tech Firms

Break ‘em up: A report released by the Democrats on the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has accused...

Community Networks: Improving Connectivity for All in Haiti
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Community Networks 8 October 2020

Community Networks: Improving Connectivity for All in Haiti

The COVID-19 pandemic reminds us of the historic transition brought about by the Internet. Its place is real in...

The Internet of Food
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About Internet Society 7 October 2020

The Internet of Food

This abridged article by Francisca Hector was originally published in Tasty Bytes. Arguably food is the most important item...

The Week in Internet News: Judge Blocks U.S. TikTok Ban
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Technology 5 October 2020

The Week in Internet News: Judge Blocks U.S. TikTok Ban

No deal: A U.S. judge has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s order to ban Chinese app TikTok from the...

The Internet Is Built on ‘Intermediaries’ – They Should Be Protected
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Internet Way of Networking 2 October 2020

The Internet Is Built on ‘Intermediaries’ – They Should Be Protected

This opinion piece was originally published in The Hill. Now is not the time to be careless with laws that...

Launching the First-Ever Virtual Indigenous Connectivity Summit
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Community Networks 1 October 2020

Launching the First-Ever Virtual Indigenous Connectivity Summit

COVID-19 has moved many of our lives online, and our conversations around how to further broadband access are no...

NTS RFC Published: New Standard to Ensure Secure Time on the Internet
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Time Security 1 October 2020

NTS RFC Published: New Standard to Ensure Secure Time on the Internet

The Internet Society is pleased to see the publication of RFC 8915: Network Time Security for the Network Time...

Can You Spare a Minute? Network Time Security Featured on The Hedge Podcast
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Time Security 30 September 2020

Can You Spare a Minute? Network Time Security Featured on The Hedge Podcast

Are you interested in finding out more about Network Time Protocol (NTP), Network Time Security (NTS), and discovering why...

Nigeria’s IXPs – Enabling Better Connectivity, Faster Internet Delivery, and Improving Internet Service
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Infrastructure and Community Development 30 September 2020

Nigeria’s IXPs – Enabling Better Connectivity, Faster Internet Delivery, and Improving Internet Service

Nigeria grew its local Internet traffic from  30% to 70% in the past eight years, connecting more people, increasing...

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