Apply now for the 2018 Youth@IGF program fellowship

The Internet Society is now accepting applications for the  Youth fellowships to the IGF: The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) takes place in a different country every year at the UN premises. Participants include leaders from Government, Business, Civil Society, Academic Community and the Internet Community from around the world. At the IGF, all participants are seated […]

Roundtable on (Cyber)Security for stakeholder inputs to GCCS2017

The Internet Society India Chennai  Round Table for Stakeholder inputs was held on the on October 22 at The Raj, Residency Towers, Chennai during 6-9 pm. This event on 22nd gains added importance as an event that was  organised as a Preparatory event to the Global Conference on Cyberspace to be held at New Delhi, as […]

Internet, Internet Governance and the Stakes

We organized a round table event with a select list of 25 participants at Residency Towers on 22 October to discuss the broader policy aspects of (Cyber)Security. Prior to this event, on invitation from NIT Calicut Alumni (Chennai Chapter) we had a conversation on “Internet and Internet Governance and the Stakes” The link below points […]

Y2K20: Opportunities in design and testing for freelance application developers, small IT companies, medium, large and huge.

It was not uncommon to find the earliest of the Web Application Developers to assume that all domain names would end in .com, all email addresses would follow the format @xyz.com. While developers took into account newer domain names such as .info in due course, most continued to design applications to accept Domain names and […]

Internet Society President on engaging Global Multi-Stakeholder Community on Internet Governance

This blog post by the Internet Society President Lynn St.Amour on Internet Governance issues is intended to share background with and invite comment from the Internet Society community on how we might strengthen the Internet governance model central to the Internet’s success. Of course, as always, I encourage and look forward to input more broadly, so I […]