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Middle East Chapters Advocacy Meeting
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About Internet Society 24 May 2019

Middle East Chapters Advocacy Meeting

Last month, the Chapters Advocacy Workshop for the Middle East, took place in Beirut Lebanon. The two-day event hosted...

Improving Routing Security: Microsoft Joins MANRS
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Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) 22 May 2019

Improving Routing Security: Microsoft Joins MANRS

In November, a routing incident in Nigeria caused Internet traffic to be rerouted through Russia and China. It lasted...

Microsoft Joins MANRS to Improve Routing Security
Press Releases 22 May 2019

Microsoft Joins MANRS to Improve Routing Security

Washington, DC – 22 May, 2019 –The Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative, supported by the Internet...

The Week in Internet News: San Francisco Bans Use of Facial Recognition by Police
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Technology 20 May 2019

The Week in Internet News: San Francisco Bans Use of Facial Recognition by Police

No cameras, please: The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted to ban the use of facial recognition technologies...

The False Promise of Lawful Access to Private Data
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In the News 17 May 2019

The False Promise of Lawful Access to Private Data

Wired
Envisioning the Future in the Middle East
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Shaping the Internet's Future 16 May 2019

Envisioning the Future in the Middle East

How can the brightest minds help transform the Middle East for the better? The MIT SciTech Conference hoped to find...

How to regulate the internet without shackling its creativity
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In the News 15 May 2019

How to regulate the internet without shackling its creativity

Stuff (New Zealand)
Over 60% of people think connected home devices are ‘creepy,’ survey reveals (but nearly three-quarters own one anyway)
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In the News 14 May 2019

Over 60% of people think connected home devices are ‘creepy,’ survey reveals (but nearly three-quarters own one anyway)

Daily Mail
WhatsApp: How a Bug Relates to the G7
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Building Trust 14 May 2019

WhatsApp: How a Bug Relates to the G7

On 13 May, more than a billion users saw the messaging application WhatsApp being updated. At the same time...

Consumers Still Concerned About IoT Security and Privacy Issues
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In the News 13 May 2019

Consumers Still Concerned About IoT Security and Privacy Issues

CPO Magazine
People say they care about privacy but they continue to buy devices that can spy on them
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In the News 13 May 2019

People say they care about privacy but they continue to buy devices that can spy on them

Vox
The Week in Internet News: Broadband Project to Nowhere
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Technology 13 May 2019

The Week in Internet News: Broadband Project to Nowhere

Dead end: ProPublica has a story about Kentucky’s $1.5 billion broadband expansion program, which the story calls an information...

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