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About Internet Society 16 October 2017

What is a Special Interest Group (SIG)?

Internet Society Special Interest Groups or SIGs are formed by Internet Society members and dedicated to a particular Internet issue. They differ from Chapters in that they’re location independent, so people join from all over the world to help the group pursue significant long-term activities that help further our mission. Individual members of the Internet Society can be members of both their local Chapter and a SIG, and collaboration is encouraged between SIGs and local Chapters for maximum local, regional, national and international impact.

How to Join a SIG

To join a Special Interest Group, find one that interests you and visit their website for details of how to join.

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