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Supporting New gTLD Applicants, Including Those From Developing Economies
19 September 2011
This program seeks to facilitate partnerships with those seeking assistance in…Continue
Added by Tracy Hackshaw on September 20, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Two new blog posts have been posted on our E-diplomacy blog.
In 'Plug in and learn' (http://edip.diplomacy.edu/plug_in_and_learn), Mary Murphy talks about online learning, and refers to the online learning experience of Diplo's IG courses alumni. Can you relate to Mary's thoughts?
In 'Connecting to the Internet: A survey of Diplo's online students' (…Continue
Added by Diplo IGCBP on September 20, 2011 at 10:25am — No Comments
Pacific Islands to be heard at the Internet Governance Forum
Pacific Islands to voice their opinion about how the Internet should be run through the remote hubs from the
27-30 September, 2011.
The Pacific will contribute and participate in the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), which will be held in
Nairobi, Kenya from the 27 – 30 September 2011. Workshop topics align with the pillars of the Pacific Plan,
which include good governance,…
A REPORT ON GLOBAL NET NEUTRALITY ISSUE
With reference to NN Policies Development for Global Internet Governance, I would like to highlight the following issue to seek suggestions to resolve it and also would like to share this information for the g awareness rest of the Internet community members about the global net neutrality issue. If I am correct on the following points, I think that the same methodology of false negative marketing would also be applied globally in…Continue
Discussion%20Meeting%20of%20Bangladesh%20Internet%20Governance%20Forum%20Held.pdf Dhaka [Bangladesh 25 August 2011] Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum (BIGF) arranged a Bangladesh Consultation meeting on Bangladesh's preparation ahead of the upcoming sixth Internet Governance Forum (IGF) scheduled to be held in Nairobi, Kenya with the support from Bangladesh Telecommunication…Continue
Added by AHM Bazlur Rahman on September 17, 2011 at 2:24pm — No Comments
Internet Penetration is the portion of a particular population that is using Internet. This Internet can either be fixed or Mobile.
The population of Africa is estimated to be 1,037,524,058 but out of these people only…Continue
The Positives of Google’s GNBO
I came across a blog post by @techloy about Google’s grand plan to kill of Nigeria’s local web design and hosting companies, and I remember reading the counter blog by @tunbosunt a few days ago clearly stating “To the…Continue
Added by maambo handahu chilepa on September 9, 2011 at 9:23am — No Comments
If you are a UE citizen interested in privacy and data protection issues in the context of social networks and user generated content (UGC) websites and if you would like to make your contribution to influencing European policies on these issues, here’s a good opportunity to act:
The European Commission is currently financing a project (CONSENT) seeking to examine consumers’ behaviour regarding online…Continue
Added by Sorina Teleanu on September 9, 2011 at 8:43am — No Comments
Cybersecurity is a growing global concern as critical infrastructure and services including financial, energy, telecommunication and transport increasingly becoming internet-dependent. Deterring cybercrime is an integral component of a national cybersecurity and critical information infrastructure protection (CIIP) strategy.
The formulation and implementation of a cybersecurity strategy requires a comprehensive approach that involves the adoption of appropriate…Continue
The SA IGF that has been taking place from 1 - 3 september, http://www.ngopulse.org/saigf , has seen Diplo Foundation work being highlighted in various sessions.
In the opening session, Diplo Foundation was thanked for its contribution to the establishment of the SA IGF through the workshop held in Gaborone in 2010.
In the capacity building session, all members that had been influenced by Diplo in one way or another…Continue
Added by Ulemu Nyasulu on September 3, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
In Africa, and in the Caribbean, we discussed the pros and cons of local IXPs... I think it is worth revisiting this article from Tracy Hackshaw, first published on Lara Pace's Commonwealth IGF Blog:
Bringing Rapunzel, Paleface and Santana home: The Internet Exchange Point (IXP) dilemma in the Caribbean
Added by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on September 2, 2011 at 9:57pm — No Comments