Our Pledge to Achieve Universal Connectivity

Our Pledge to Achieve Universal Connectivity

We have joined the Partner2Connect Digital Coalition, with two pledges to change the lives of the world’s hardest-to-connect communities.

Latest Posts

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Old Rules in New Regulations – Why “Sender Pays” Is a Direct Threat to the Internet

If we stop treating the Internet as a technology-neutral, general purpose network, we'll lose it.  ...
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Protecting the Internet As We Know It – Three Things You Can Do Today To Stop the Splinternet

Learn how to protect what the Internet needs to exist and thrive—then do something today ...
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US, EU, and G7 Commitment Will Slow the Splinternet, But More Work Needed

The Internet Society welcomes the US, EU, and G7 commitment to exempt telecommunications services that support Internet access and the flow of information from their sanctions against Russia on 6 ...
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What Is the Splinternet? And Why You Should Be Paying Attention

The “Splinternet” is the idea that the open, globally connected Internet we all use splinters into a collection of fragmented networks controlled by governments or corporations ...
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Why the World Must Resist Calls to Undermine the Internet

We must resist calls to cut off the Internet. It remains our best hope to communicate among all the people of the world ...
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Nigeria Needs a Network That Works for Everyone

We have published an Internet Impact Brief in response to Nigeria's "Anti-Social Media Bill" – find out why ...
How Cambodia’s Internet Gateway Will Harm the Internet
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How Cambodia’s Internet Gateway Will Harm the Internet

The Cambodian authority must complete a full and robust Internet impact assessment of its gateway plan. Here's why ...
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NIS2 Inconsistency – a DNS Supply Chain Perspective

The European Union’s Network and Information Security directive (NIS2) is missing an opportunity to foster accountability across the entire DNS supply chain. Instead of focusing on the outcome for the ...
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