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Zambia Needs the Internet More than Ever
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About Internet Society 17 June 2021

Zambia Needs the Internet More than Ever

My country, Zambia, has more than 18 million people. Our new Internet Society chapter wants all of them to...

Second Round of Grant Funding Awarded to Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet
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About Internet Society 16 June 2021

Second Round of Grant Funding Awarded to Researchers Studying the Future of the Internet

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

Internet Society Announces Recipients of $1M in Grant Funding to Expand Internet Access to Underserved Communities in Alabama, Florida and North Carolina
Press Releases 16 June 2021

Internet Society Announces Recipients of $1M in Grant Funding to Expand Internet Access to Underserved Communities in Alabama, Florida and North Carolina

The Internet Society today announced that five recipients will share $1 million in grant funding to expand broadband access...

Successful Strategies for Building and Growing IXPs
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Infrastructure and Community Development 15 June 2021

Successful Strategies for Building and Growing IXPs

Insights from a comparative study launched today To bring faster, affordable, and resilient connectivity to people, local Internet stakeholders...

The Week in Internet News: Twitter Deletes Tweet, Nigeria Bans the Whole Platform
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Technology 14 June 2021

The Week in Internet News: Twitter Deletes Tweet, Nigeria Bans the Whole Platform

No more tweets: After Twitter removed a tweet by Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, the federal government there banned the...

Over a dozen think tanks call for end of ‘digital censorship’ in India
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In the News 12 June 2021

Over a dozen think tanks call for end of ‘digital censorship’ in India

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In Central Asia: Experts Discuss Opportunities to Grow IXPs
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Infrastructure and Community Development 11 June 2021

In Central Asia: Experts Discuss Opportunities to Grow IXPs

When the Internet Society, Asian Development Bank, and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the...

Supporting IXPs in Asia-Pacific: New Partnership with the Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association
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Infrastructure and Community Development 10 June 2021

Supporting IXPs in Asia-Pacific: New Partnership with the Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association

The Internet Society and the Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association (APIX) commit to work together to support communities that...

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology and the Internet Society Sign New Pact to Advance Digital Economy in Ethiopia
Press Releases 10 June 2021

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology and the Internet Society Sign New Pact to Advance Digital Economy in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – 09 June, 2021 – The Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MINT) of Ethiopia and the...

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology and the Internet Society sign new pact to advance digital economy in Ethiopia
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In the News 10 June 2021

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology and the Internet Society sign new pact to advance digital economy in Ethiopia

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The Ministry of Innovation and Internet Society sign new pact to advance digital economy in Ethiopia
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In the News 10 June 2021

The Ministry of Innovation and Internet Society sign new pact to advance digital economy in Ethiopia

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Australia’s anti-encryption law costs billions and hurts our reputation — just as the industry warned
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In the News 10 June 2021

Australia’s anti-encryption law costs billions and hurts our reputation — just as the industry warned

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