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Stand for all the positive opportunities the open Internet can bring to Africa
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ISOC Africa 16h
Hackathon@AIS will be held from 19-20 June 2019 in , Uganda Interested in participating? Click here to apply: Applications close on 19 May 2019.
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Internet Society Apr 19
We’re excited to be working in Africa, with a focus on building . Read about what we hope to achieve with our Security Engagement Workshop:
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Victor Ndonnang Apr 12
Very productive and engaging meeting with our individual members in . We look forward to working with you all to start an Chapter in Ethiopia.
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Victor Ndonnang Apr 11
The 2019 African Chapters Advocacy Meeting just ended successfully in Addis Ababa, . Congratulations to all the fellows! Let’s continue to work together to make the Internet secured and trustworthy for everyone in
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Victor Ndonnang Apr 11
Strengthening and empowering our chapters and individual members is key to the ’s success_
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Victor Ndonnang Apr 11
We believe mobilizing people around the world is key to ensuring the Internet’s future. “...Our community is important and at the center of what we do.” _ ,
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Victor Ndonnang Apr 10
plays a vital role in increasing in the Internet...The is working to ensure Encryption is available for everyone and is deployed as the default.” _
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ISOC Africa Apr 10
What are the implications of Internet Shutdowns in Africa? Our chapters from & ISOC DRC share their experiences dealing with Internet disruptions in their countries at the Africa Chapters Workshop.
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parfait Apr 10
Discussion sur les OTT, les fakes news et les impacts un certain nombre de sujets sur les quels les acteurs de isoc échanges
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Evelyn Namara Apr 10
The 2019 Chapters workshop is underway... Mobilizing our community toward building, promoting and defending trust on the Internet.
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ISOC Africa Apr 9
I don't think we have the french version yet. Will check and let you know.
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Montrésor KONAN Apr 9
Excellent boulot à tous. Vivement que cette rencontre des chapitres africains de l', renforce davantage le dynamisme de nos chapitres et favorise un écho retentissant de nos actions pour le développement d'internet.
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Internet Society Nigeria Chapter Apr 9
Watch of the Nigeria Chapter present next on the state of data privacy in Nigeria at the Chapters Advocacy Meeting in Addis. Follow live at
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ISOC Ghana Chapter Apr 9
You have the right to be informed and the right to erasure. Ms Patricia Adusei-Poku 
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ISOC Live Apr 9
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Internet Society Apr 9
Today is 2019. Keep hearing about '' but still unsure what it is? This video will help! More info online to help you
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ceren unal Apr 9
Happy everyone! We all need to as many devices out there are not...
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ISOC Africa Apr 9
Have you completed the Smart Home Checklist? You can do it now!
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ISOC Africa Apr 9
An device is a physical object that connects to the . It can be a fitness tracker, a thermostat, a lock or appliance – even a light bulb!!
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ISOC Africa Apr 9
Robin Wilton from says that is fundamental to once autonomy.
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