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Added by Godfred Ahuma on March 29, 2010 at 4:45pm —
I have posted this to the Cloud Computing Group. But since you have not joined me in that group yet, I am posting my questions here too. Come on... isn't this important to you? It is very important to me...
I really would like to move to the cloud. It seems so very convenient.
Is it safe? What do I need to watch out for?
What are the best tools? Gmail? Google docs? What are YOU using?
What doesn't work?
I am using Gmail, although I hate the… Continue
Added by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on March 28, 2010 at 3:51pm —
There is a lot of info here on Cloud Computing, but I would really like an active discussion on how to migrate safely to the Cloud. If I travel, if my laptop dies... or for many other reasons, I don't want to be tied to one computer ... can I migrate safely to the Cloud? Is anyone completely in the cloud (head in the clouds?). Please join the Cloud Computing group and join the discussion. Don't know about you, but I need perspective. Best, Ginger
Added by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on March 27, 2010 at 12:28pm —
Everton Lucero, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil and Bertrand de La Chapelle, Envoy Internet Governance, French Foreign Ministry made an interesting presentation on this topic. Here are a few notes I took:
The first important point is that the speakers are presenting personal views on the context of an academic event. They are not representing their governments in the… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 25, 2010 at 9:55pm —
Building on a new "high," participants in MENA L gave some interesting feedback and insights for Week 3's discussion. The highlights are as follows:
The electromagnetic spectrum–… Continue
Added by Charity Gamboa-Embley on March 25, 2010 at 3:30am —
Here is an excerpt of the discussion from the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme - IGCBP Europe group H, tutor Biljana Glisovic
on the telecom liberalization:
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Added by Diplo IGCBP on March 24, 2010 at 10:10pm —
Here are my notes from the presentation from prof. Hartmut Glaser, Nic.br:
The first connection was in october 1988. The first .br domain was registered in April 1989. The Comitê Gestor was created in May 1995. In November 1997 the PTT (NAP) was installed in Sao Paulo
Today we have roughly 1/3 of the Brazilian population using the Internet.… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 24, 2010 at 7:36pm —
Apologies for the short notice....I was just informed that A private
sector investment meeting will take place in Kinshasa tomorrow.
The Private Sector Investment Programme (PSI) is a programme of the Dutch government that supports innovative… Continue
Added by Nadia Gombra on March 24, 2010 at 7:17pm —
Robert Pepper, Vice President, Global Technology Policy, Cisco. Here are some notes I made:
The history of the Internet reveals that we end to underestimate the traffic and the number of people connected. The demand is exceeding the most optimistic predictions. This is also the case of the mobile Internet.… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 24, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Demi Getschko, Nic.br presented the case of Coordinate Internet Resources. Here are some notes I took:
First, the history of the coordination of resources was presented.
In 1990s it was the first time we heard about the depletion of IPv4. In 1993 the Internet starts to be explored for commercial… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 24, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Ingrid Wijte, RIPE NCC, started day 2 of the South Summer School on Internet Governance. Here are some notes:
In 1992 the RIPE NCC was created by the community, with no legal entity, an open community with no formal membership. The bulk of the work is done by working groups, like the address policy working group.
Some services such as the distribution of addresses are public, while the database management is a service for… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 23, 2010 at 1:55pm —
Legal Frameworks 2010
The brochure for our 2010 edition is now available here
Download the Application Form… Continue
Added by Alba Cauchi on March 23, 2010 at 12:51pm —
Another interesting discussion started by one of the participants of the IGCBP - Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme group Americas J was on the "end to end principle":
How can we understand the so-called End-to-End principle in the context of the Net-neutrality issue, where ISP discriminate between the information packages, and in the context of the "Three Strikes" policy that requires ISP control and supervise their subscribers in order to… Continue
Added by Diplo IGCBP on March 23, 2010 at 4:00am —
Pedro Less Andrade, Latin American Policy Counsel of Google Inc, made the final presentation of the day. Here are some notes:
Pedro Less Andrade: Content regulations and freedom of expression n the Internet
The web 2.0 is maturing now as the use of the net goes to social web. From the Long Tail to user-generated content and now the communities... and also collective… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 22, 2010 at 10:03pm —
Here are some notes from the lecture of Sebastian Bellagamba, ISOC Regional Bureau Manager for Latin America:
Sebastián Bellagamba: The next billion Internet users
In 2007, the first billion users was achieved, and 32% of users were in Eastern Asia, and 23% in Europe, followed bu 18% in North… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 22, 2010 at 8:45pm —
Here are some notes from Avri Doria, from Lulea Technology University, presentation:
Avri Doria: How can we look at protocols, standards and code from a principles-based perspective?
Do people writing code think they are doing Internet governance? Most of the time, no.
In documents we see "int their respective roles": how is that relevant to protocols,… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 22, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Here are my notes from the presentation of William Drake, Graduate Institute for International Studies, Geneva:
William Drake: A holistic approach to Internet governance
What is Internet governance and how do we know when we see it? There are many competing ways of seeing it and there are different consequences of the choice made.
The overview of the… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 22, 2010 at 3:00pm —
I'm in Sao Paulo now, with a fellowship for the South School on Internet Governance 2010. Below are some notes I took.
The first presentation is from Wolfgang Kleinwaechter, University of Aarhus.
Currently there are many debates, including China and Google, the protection of intellectual property and it is an important thing to understand the history of the Internet governance to… Continue
Added by Seiiti on March 22, 2010 at 2:00pm —
In the IGCBP - Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme group Americas J from tutor Marilia Maciel
, the point was made by one course participant that analogy can be a solution:
Analogy is a very common practice to regulate some conducts on Internet, actually, french criminal law about cybercrimes are inspired in this philosophy. At the conduct are the same, is a crime, the only difference is… Continue
Added by Diplo IGCBP on March 22, 2010 at 10:30am —
互动网站：域名经济·中国 … Continue
Added by shenyang on March 21, 2010 at 9:15pm —