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The Internet Society's Public Policy activities are based upon our fundamental belief that the Internet is for everyone.
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Internet Society Jun 19
Watch the livestream recording of in conversation about and the at London on June 19
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Internet Society Apr 4
Are you researching questions of concentration or of services? Read the call for papers for a Special Edition of the Journal of Cyber Policy and send in your ideas. Deadline 15th April!
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Internet Society Mar 4
Call for Papers on for a special issue of Cyber Policy Journal that we are developing in partnership with . If you'd like to contribute, submit an outline or abstract by April 1. Details:
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Internet Society Feb 26
A consolidated , with power concentrated in the hands of a few, could stifle innovation or lead to issues affecting a disproportionate number of users according to the 2019 Global Internet Report, available today. More:
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Internet Society Feb 22
The Philippines launched , its national framework, on Feb 21. explains how stakeholders from multiple sectors engage in dialogue and discussions to help inform and build the inclusive framework 🇵🇭
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@IETF Jan 25
REMINDER (Corrected date): Proposals for discussions or new work proposals at set for 23-29 March 2019 in Prague must be submitted by 8 Feb 2019. For more information about BoFs and how to propose them, see:
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Internet Society Nov 14
As draws to a close today, we say thank you to everyone we've met who supports our work for an open, globally-connected, secure, and trustworthy Internet for everyone. Please remember:
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Monique Calisti Nov 13
What about security of devices? To connect devices to the Internet is a huge responsibility as any connected device is part of the Internet. Now at
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Internet Society Nov 12
for Trust and Security in Cyberspace: collaboration is the way forward, says : "The works because it is an open, accessible technology"
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Internet Society Nov 12
Nov 12 @ : Olaf , Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society, speaks in "Crafting Peace in Cyberspace" debate, 11:00-12:30 CET (10:00-11:30 UTC)
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Internet Society Nov 11
Nov 12 @ in Paris: Internet Society Open Forum "The world is much better with the IGF than without it!" with 09:20-10:20 CET (08:20-09:20 UTC)
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France Diplomacy🇫🇷 Nov 11
Launch of the for Trust and Security in Cyberspace : 9 goals to limit hacking and destabilizing activities on the Internet.
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Internet Society Nov 10
To build in cyberspace, we must ensure that we , writes in an assessment of risk and reward we face to realize our vision for a secure society in which the Internet plays a major role
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Internet Society Nov 10
This week in , we'll be at the heart of discussions and debates at the Internet Governance Forum on and other public policy issues. Join us from November 12
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Internet Society Nov 10
: Olaf , Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society, will be speaking in "Crafting Peace in Cyberspace" debate, 12 November 11:00-12:30 CET (10:00-11:30 UTC)
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Internet Society Nov 5
Your voice has the potential to shape a better tomorrow. Join us at taking place in Paris from November 11-13 and be part of the conversation on improving global governance. We will be speaking there on November 12
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Internet Society Nov 2
There is a risk that we will lose the single, global Internet in favour of smaller Internets that are defined by political, geographic and economic boundaries. We must not let the be undermined. Learn more:
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ISOC Policy Nov 2
"The Internet works through collaboration; singular control weakens it at every step, says , Middle East Regional Bureau Director for the Internet Society at 2018
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Samantha Dickinson Nov 1
WG-PL Ad Hoc Chair: Artificial Intelligence is difficult to define. We don’t have a definition of it; glad none of the proposals tried to define it. (Note: members have previously tried to define something as ubiquitous as spam, but even that proved impossible)
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Internet Society Nov 1
At in Dubai, Internet Society CEO and Middle East Regional Bureau Director meet with the Ministry of Transport and Communications from 🇴🇲 to discuss the and the future of jobs
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