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About Internet Society 1 June 2017

Transforming the Internet Society’s web presence

James Wood
By James WoodChief Communications Officer

Have you struggled to find information on our current website? Have you found it difficult to know what actions you can take on important issues such as connecting the unconnected and building trust on the Internet?

You are not alone.

In one of the most visible and important changes we are making this year, we are working hard on giving our website a deep refresh.  We are building it to be a direct vehicle for action. We are redesigning it from the ground up to help us achieve our objective of connecting everyone, everywhere to a globally connected, trusted Internet.

It will look different, it will feel different, it will be more accessible and will be more aligned with this strategic goal.

Through a process that has involved many across our community and beyond, we have already made many important changes that will help to sustain us into the future. We have changed the way we look; we are being more outspoken on key issues; and we are urging action on the things we believe matter most to the Internet and the people that use it.

This is all part of how we are expanding our sphere of influence and becoming a more influential voice for the open, trusted Internet we believe in.

We are at a key moment in building a new website for the Internet Society. As part of the website development process that is underway right now, we want to hear from you. We plan to develop ‘in the open’, allowing us to gather your feedback to construct a website that best serves the interests of the Internet Society and its community.

We want to hear your thoughts as we strengthen our web presence for the future and you will be hearing more about how you can directly get involved shortly.

Together, we look forward to building a better website for a new Internet Society.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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