Over 50 countries and over 300 institutions, corporations, government bodies, and civil society groups will be converging in Manila from 24 to 25 March for this “global workshop” aimed at protecting the open Internet and the digital rights of its users.
APNIC is collecting reports from our Members in the Pacific and other affected islands, and needs are being assessed based on those reports.
It has a role in managing Internet names, numbers and protocol parameters, you may answer… but exactly what, and how does it work?
While it is the policy and regulatory side of GSMA that brought me here, it is their membership and, ultimately, reaching out to them on IPv6 deployment, that is critical.
Guest post: As part of a 2014 project supported by ISIF Asia and Internet NZ, we’ve been going to a number of satellite-connected islands in the Pacific on behalf of PICISOC to see whether we could make better use of their satellite links using network-coded TCP.
If you haven’t completed the survey already, please take 10 minutes now.
Ten years have passed since WSIS – what progress has been made?
APNIC signed an MoU with RIPE NCC, in June 2014, to support the deployment of Atlas Anchors in the Asia Pacific.
Thanks to everyone who attended APRICOT 2015 in Fukuoka! We hope you enjoyed the conference and found it a valuable experience.