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Revue web hebdo : transition IANA, cables sous-marins, conseil UIT 2016, RIPE 72, ICANN Afrique

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Cette semaine, l'actualité sur la gouvernance internet est dominée par l'audition de…
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Posted by Mamadou LO on May 27, 2016 at 7:09pm

Weekly web review : IANA transition, ICANN Africa, Undersea cable, ITU council 2016, RIPE 72..

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This week, plan for the U.S. to cede control of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority to a global multi-stakeholder community likely to be delayed after US Senate Commerce Committee hearing on IANA transition with some senators…

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Posted by Mamadou LO on May 27, 2016 at 6:14pm

Weekly web review : IANA transition, ICANN Africa, Undersea cable, ITU council 2016, RIPE 72..

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This week, plan for the U.S. to cede control of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority to a global multi-stakeholder community likely to be delayed after US Senate Commerce Committee hearing on IANA transition with some senators…

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Posted by Mamadou LO on May 27, 2016 at 6:13pm

Revue web hebdo : Cyberpolitique, transition IANA, ICANN 57, noms de domaine, données personnelles

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Cette semaine, l'actualité sur la gouvernance internet est dominée par la cyberpolitique avec le gouvernement…
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Posted by Mamadou LO on May 20, 2016 at 7:06pm

Weekly web review : Cyberpolitics, Iana transition, ICANN 57, domain name, data protection‏

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This week, cyberpolitics with US government reportdely warning from China pursuing new registration rules for online addresses. Regarding ICANN, debate on IANA stewardship transition continues as republicans in Congress…

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Posted by Mamadou LO on May 20, 2016 at 6:54pm

IGMENA event : Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI) transition from censorship to openness and transparency

 

Venue : 404 labs, 13  Jugurtha Street, Mutuelle Ville

 

The Internet Governance in the Middle East and North African Region program(IGMENA) will organize a roundtable discussion on 20 May 2016 at 3 PM. The meeting…

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