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Press Releases and Statements

Media Coverage

Why Indigenous Tribes Struggle to Get Fast Internet, and How It’s Improving

Lifewire

Why Embedding Content Matters

Techdirt

Indigenous Connectivity Summit Provides Solutions To Bridge Indigenous Connectivity Gap

Indian Gaming

Native Americans Long ‘Left Out’ From Broadband Push For Equity

Bloomberg Government

Divided Internet could lead to fewer economic opportunities and more security threats, say panellists

THE STRAITS TIMES

Indigenous Connectivity Summit 2022 Begins

Community Networks

Tech players, civil society groups want governments to protect encryption

ITEdgeNews

WhatsApp Warns Governments Weakening Encryption Features Will Backfire on Safety Issues

TECHNOLOGY MIRROR

Stakes are momentous for the next battles for control of the global internet

.coda

Without a Data Privacy Law, India Must Consider Hazards of ‘Deanonymisation’ of Non-Personal Data

THE WIRE

ITU AND THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET

THIS DAY

Telecom Experts Tell EU Leaders Their Plan To Tax ‘Big Tech’ On Behalf of ‘Big Telecom’ Is A Dumb Idea

techdirt

Leading image: Laura Salm-Reifferscheidt interviewing Godfrey Chimbwanda (53), District Schools Inspector, in Murambinda, Zimbabwe on 24 May 2018. © Internet Society / Nyani Quarmyne / Panos Pictures