India reinvents its position on Internet Governance.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/on-internet-rules-india-now-more-willing-to-say-icann/article3994985.ece It is very positive that India has distanced itself from extreme positions as reflected in its CIRP / IBSA proposals. The Minister’s announcement is a clear sign that India values multi-stakehoder institutions and is beginning to embrace the multi-stakeholder model of policy-making for Internet Governance. India’s position now is exemplary for many other nations […]

The Internet Society Fellowship to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

About the IETF The IETF (along with its related organizations) is a large, open, international community of network designers, operators, vendor experts, researchers, and other interested technologists. While much of the IETF’s work takes place through mailing lists, there are three physical IETF meetings each year. The in-person experience of IETF meetings can help promote […]

India Internet Governance Conference

On October 4 and 5, 2012, India’s first comprehensive multistakeholder India Internet Governance Conference (IIGC 2012) – Internet for Social and Economic Development: Building the Future Together, will take place in New Delhi. Following the format provided since 2006 by the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) – an annual global event – the Conference aims to provide […]

Internet Society President Lynn St.Amour on New Year’s Day, 2012

First, thank you for all you do for the Internet and the Internet Society. As we reflect on our past and look to the future, we can be proud of our mission and how well it has stood the test of time. Promoting the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for people throughout […]