Archive for June 24, 2009

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June 24th, 2009 by | Posted in icann jpa, News | No Comments

ISOC Chennai IGF workshop proposals updated

The IGF workshop proposals from ISOC India Chennai have been updated with more information. Openness 323. Roundtable: Balancing Security and Privacy Concerns Security 312. Children Online: The promises of the Internet and the necessary aspects for Online Safety Development 311. Alexandria Everywhere: Open and Accessible classrooms on the Internet to bridge the fundamental divide in Read more…


Spy@home? Mandatory Filtering Software in China

from the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Deeplinks blog China’s Spy in the Home Commentary by Danny O’Brien The Chinese Ministry of Industry and IT’s announcement that all PCs sold in China must include government-approved filtering software is a profoundly worrying development for online privacy and free speech in that country. While the application, “Green Dam Youth Read more…


ISOC IGF Leaders Program – applications for IGF Sharm El Sheik, Egypt now open

As part of the ISOC Internet Leaders programme, the Ambassador programme is designed to involve members in ISOC’s global engagement activities while providing valuable expertise and know-how to IGF meetings – read more on www.intgovforum.org. ISOC’s Ambassadors help to explain and promote ISOC’s positions on public policy issues related to the themes of the IGF. Read more…


ICANN as a transparent, accountable public corporation that the world can have faith in

In terms of transparency and participative governance, there is no other public corporation anywhere in the world that has established systems and practices as elaborate as ICANN has done. To reach another person on the Internet you have to type an address into your computer – a name or a number. That address has to Read more…


June 5th, 2009 by | Posted in DoC, iana, icann jpa, Internet governance ., News, ntia | No Comments