Archive for May 30, 2009

Security: President Barrack Obama on securing America’s cyber infrastructure

US President Barrack Obama made some remarks on 29th May on securing America’s Cyber infrastructure. While outlining the strategy for cybersecurity he is explicit in stating that privacy and other civil liberties are not to be ignored: “Our pursuit of cybersecurity will not — I repeat, will not include — monitoring private sector networks or Read more…


Privacy: James Bamford & Chris Calabrese on surveillance for control

The Technology & Liberty Program of American Civil Liberties Union monitors the interplay between cutting-edge technology and civil liberties, actively promoting responsible uses of technology that enhance privacy and freedom, while opposing those that undermine our freedoms and move us closer to a surveillance society. At the Annual Membership Conference of ACLU two years ago, Read more…


Privacy: cell phones and security cameras.

These are external reports. Surveillance Technology: CNBC’s Big Brother, Big Business Surveillance Technology: Remotely tuning into ambient audio through a cell phone, on or off.


Jonathan B Postel Award

Nominations for the 2009 Jonathan B. Postel Service Award are due by 29 May. The Internet Society presents this annual award to an individual or an organization that has made outstanding contributions in service to the data communications community. This year the award will be presented during the 75th Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting Read more…


May 27th, 2009 by | Posted in icann jpa, internet, News | No Comments

Fellowship applications to ICANN Seoul now open

The 36th meeting of ICANN would take place at Seoul, South Korea from from 25-Oct-2009 to 30-Oct-2009. A good idea of what would take place at Seoul can be had from the websites of the recently concluded Mexico meeting and the meeting to take place in June at Sydney Those from ISOC India Chennai interested Read more…