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Victor Ndonnang
Open Technology Enthusiast, Entrepreneur, Catalyst, Chapter Dev't Mgr at . Helps connect the unconnected and empower them. Views mine
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Victor Ndonnang 16h
“...How to make the Internet affordable and safe for everyone in Africa? How to ensure it is reliable and secure?” _ Hon. , ,
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Gloria Katuuku 16h
Hon. in his opening remarks at informed participants that internet was a tool for all, it is a necessity like clean water thus the need for making it affordable for all
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Evelyn Namara 16h
At the Opening Ceremony. "We can not ignore the impact of the Internet from an economic point of view" . -
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ISOC Uganda Chapter 16h
is about meeting different actors in industry in to interact while finding lasting solutions to internet challenges
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Internet Society Namibia Chapter Jun 15
Congratulations to our newly elected officers for the Namibian chapter. From L to R ( Anna Amoomo- President, Colin Hangula- Vice-P, Pahukeni Kangayi- Treasurer & Frieda Lukas-Secretary.
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 15
Congratulations! I look forward to working with you all.
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ISOC Africa Jun 13
Fruitful meeting with Minister of ICT and Digital Economy, Mr. Mohammed el-Anouar Maarouf and the Vice-President for Global Policy exploring partnership to improve connectivity and Trust in the Internet .
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ISOC Africa Jun 13
The is at discussing with the global community how to shape the future of human rights with an Internet that is Open, globally-connected, secure and trustworthy for everyone. Check:
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ISOC Africa Jun 13
"The Internet is for 21st century users, with lawmakers with 20th century ideas based on 19th century laws." ...Interesting discussions at on how to shape the future of human rights in the digital age. ,
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Internet Society Jun 10
We need to ensure we keep all networks safe from shutdowns, DDoS and cyberattacks! At Africa Internet Summit, we're coming together to address this key issue! Will you join the conversation?
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Internet Society Jun 12
Calling all Chapters and Special Interest Groups! Applications for 2019 Beyond the Net Medium and Large Grants are now open!
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Ryan Polk Jun 12
Not to mention concerns about the security of the Internet. Among those who distrust the Internet, there's a common perception that the Internet is not secure. That's something we have to change.
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UNCTAD Jun 12
With 50% of the world’s population still to come online, trust is crucial. To build trust we need to consider the development dimensions of the , and how we trade in a digital world. The focus? Data privacy, security, access, X-border data flows
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Internet Society Jun 12
Collaboration between the local community, BFIX, , Facebook and other partners, has improved the ecosystem in Burkina Faso 🇧🇫 Discover how we achieved this together:
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Ryan Polk Jun 12
The best security is one that a user never notices or impacts their user experience, but is that the best for user perceptions of security? I wonder if the reassuring impact of security theater in the physical security world also applies to cybersecurity.
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Ryan Polk Jun 12
Many who distrust the Internet point to several stakeholder groups as reasons why. We all need to implement more cybersecurity best practices, practice stronger privacy and data handling hygiene, and make it clear that things are changing for the better.
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CIGI Jun 12
The Twitter chat has come to an end, but the conversation of online trust and security is an important one to continue. Thanks to , , and for joining us today. Be sure to check the results here:
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Victor Ndonnang Jun 10
Replying to @kbakary @isocml and 5 others
Bravo pour le travail remarquable que vous faites pour la promotion de l’approche Multi-acteurs de la gouvernance de l’Internet au Mali! Bonne continuation.
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Bakary KOUYATE Jun 9
Une très bonne nouvelle. Cette mise en place de l'initiative ne part pas du néant car il y eu un groupe qui a beaucoup œuvré dans ce domaine et aussi fait un travail de terrain remarquable a cet effet
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Internet Society Jun 6
The Internet Society calls on the transitional government of Sudan 🇸🇩 to restore full access to the Internet, and to
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