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  • IETF fellowships from IIREF

    IIREF provides fellowship to attend IETF events. Intended applicants are requested to follow this sections and register. IIREF is providing fellowship for IETF96. IIREF invites applications from qualified internet professionals from Academia, Industries, Research labs for participation in upcoming IETF Events. Eligibility Criteria: Applicant should be an Indian national and should be above 18 years of age. Prior contributions to IETF working groups or mailing lists will be an added advantage. Regular technical contributions to IIREF will be an additional advantage. For more information: http://iiref.in/fellowship Click Here to apply. (the above is extract from the IIREF web page, as noticed Read more…

  • Nextgen@ICANN fellowships ICANN, nextgen

    Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is looking for the ‘next generation’ of individuals who are interested in becoming more actively engaged in their own regional communities as well as taking part in the future growth of global Internet policy.  Important work is happening every day at ICANN; if you are ready to start your journey, read the information below to see if you are eligible for THIS ICANN Meeting. Prospective members of the NextGen@ICANN initiative must be: Living or studying in the region of the respective ICANN meeting and between the ages of 18 and 30.These regions are determined Read more…

  • European Summer School of Internet Governance announces its 2016 week long program European Summer School of Internet Governance

    Euro SSIG  MEISSEN / GERMANY, 16 JULY – 23 JULY 2016 Do you want to understand the multilayer, multi player mechanisms of Internet Governance? Do you want to know what the political, economic, social and legal implications of Internet Governance are? Do you want to learn what is behind cryptic acronyms like ICANN, RIR, DNS, ccTLD, gTLD, iDN, IPv6, ISP, IETF, W3C, IAB, WHOIS, GAC, IGF, WGIG and WSIS? Do want to get more detailed information about technical Internet standards, protocols, codes, domain names, IP addresses, registries and registrars? Are you interested to look deeper into the opportunities and risks of Read more…

  • Internet Technologies evolve to enable Interplanetary Networking Interplanetary Networks concept diagram by IPNSIG

    The initial Inter Planetary Networking technologies have been developed by Vint Cerf and others.  In Interplanetary networking the time delay (latency) and the lack of continuous network connectivity (as for example, waiting for the next satellite to come into the communication range) are problems that needed to be solved.  Hence the Interplanetary Network has to be Delay Tolerant and Disruption tolerant, whereas on the Internet, by the present protocols, the packets would be dropped when there is a line disruption or any abnormal delay. The experimental protocols have been developed by members of the Delay & Disruption Tolerant Networking Research Group Read more…

  • Y2K20: Opportunities in design and testing for freelance application developers, small IT companies, medium, large and huge. ICANN54 Dublin

    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 email addresses in ASCII just as software developers in the 80s assumed that it would be unnecessary to have any more than two digits to denote the year, which led to the famous Y2K issue towards the year 2000. Now there are new Top Level Read more…

  • Applications invited for Internet Governance Online Course

    Applications are now open for residents of the Asia-Pacific region for the Internet Society’s Internet Governance online eLearning course, and will close November 22, 2015. This is a moderator-led course which will arm participants with core concepts in Internet Governance and allow them to understand, follow and contribute to such discussions. The course covers 5 modules which focus on Internet Governance principles, policies and how they apply to development: – Introduction to Internet Governance – Internet Actors and Stakeholder Groupings – Internet Policy Principles – Regulatory Frameworks – Internet Governance for development (IG4D) The course will run for 5 weeks Read more…

  • Comments on the TRAI consultation Paper on Regulatory framework for Over the Top services

    The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has called for comments on its consultation paper on regulatory framework for Over the Top services, which is accessible at page http://trai.gov.in/WriteReaddata/ConsultationPaper/Document/OTT-CP-27032015.pdf I have submitted the following comments: Comments on the Consultation Paper on Regulatory frameworks for Over the Top Services The Regulatory framework as proposed by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India is an alarm. The Members of Parliament and the common man alike needs to be concerned about the implications of TRAI’s sphere or authority expanded to include the Internet which would interfere to alter the fundamental nature of the Internet: TRAI Read more…

  • European Summer School of Internet Governance calls for Applications

    FOR THE INTERNET GOVERNANCE LEADERS OF TOMORROW: LEARNING IN A MULTI STAKEHOLDER ENVIRONMENT MEISSEN / GERMANY, 26 JULY – 1 AUGUST 2015 (posted as announced) Do you want to understand the multilayer, multi player mechanisms of Internet Governance? Do you want to know what the political, economic, social and legal implications of Internet Governance are? Do you want to learn what is behind cryptic acronyms like ICANN, RIR, DNS, ccTLD, gTLD, iDN, IPv6, ISP, IETF, W3C, IAB, WHOIS, GAC, IGF, WGIG and WSIS? Do want to get more detailed information about technical Internet standards, protocols, codes, domain names, IP addresses, Read more…

  • RoundTable at the Asia Internet Symposium: What can India bring to Internet Governace AIS Chennai RoundTable

    Asia Internet Symposium Chennai, was organized around the theme “India in the Free and Open Global Internet” in two sessions. Full Playlist starts with the inaugural introduction to the Event, followed by the recordings of speeches by the Invitees including the Key Note Speaker, in turn followed by the recording of Round Table Session ( bit.ly/aischennai  look for the video titled “AIS Chennai 2014 – Roundtable: What can India bring to Internet Governance?”) followed by Closing Remarks on the intended follow up.   The event brought together local Community Leaders from different stakeholder groups and created awareness on the participation opportunities Read more…

  • Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum: Call for proposals Asia Pacific rIGF, Macau

    Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum APrIGF 2015 Macau 30 Jun – 3 Jul 2015 Venetian Hotel Macao http://2015.rigf.asia Open Call for Themes and Workshop Proposals Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) is one of the key regional initiatives on Internet governance which provides an open platform for multi-stakeholders to discuss and identify issues and priorities, and ultimately advances the development of Internet governance in the Asia Pacific region as well as bring forward and contribute to the wider global Internet community. Hosted by HNET.Asia, the registry for the ccTLD of Macau (.mo), APrIGF 2015 will be held from 30 Read more…

Archive for March 30, 2009

74TH INTERNET ENGINEERING TASK FORCE MEETING GATHERS MORE THAN 1150 NETWORKING THOUGHT LEADERS

San Francisco, USA–March 31, 2009–The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the Internet’s premier technical standards body, last week gathered more than 1150 Internet thought leaders at its meeting in San Francisco. Many IETF working groups, where technical work in areas critical to the development of the Internet–including routing, transport and security–met in conjunction with the Read more…


March 30th, 2009 by | Posted in News | 1 Comment

Dalai Lama entangled in the invisible GhostNet ?

This is from The New York Times with the caption “Vast Spy System that Loots Computers in 103 countries by John Markoff” Posted as appeared in The New York Times and the views expressed do not reflect that of ISOC India Chennai. A vast electronic spying operation has infiltrated computers and has stolen documents from Read more…


March 29th, 2009 by | Posted in Future of Internet | No Comments

Why IPv6 is like Broccoli

“IPv6 is not the question — it’s the answer,” Leslie Daigle, chief Internet technology officer for the ISOC, said during an IETF panel discussion on IPv6. “The question is do we want to continue to have an Internet that continues to be expanded by innovations from everywhere? In which case, we need to deploy IPv6 Read more…


March 28th, 2009 by | Posted in IPv6 | No Comments

INTERNET SOCIETY TO LEAD DISTINGUISHED PANEL DISCUSSION ON INTERNET UPGRADE TO IPV6

Industry Experts discuss the Vital Significance and Critical Issues Highlighted in a Newly-Released IPv6 Report Surrounding the Future of the Internet Washington, DC- March 19, 2009- A panel of experts from industry and other Internet thought leaders will convene next week to discuss the pressing need to adopt Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) to ensure Read more…


March 27th, 2009 by | Posted in IPv6 | 1 Comment

World Economic Forum: Global IT Report

The Report stresses the importance of ICT as a catalyst for growth in the current global turmoil Denmark and Sweden once again lead the rankings of The Global Information Technology Report 2008-2009, released for the eighth consecutive year by the World Economic Forum. The United States follows suit, up one position from last year, thus Read more…


March 27th, 2009 by | Posted in News | No Comments