Three of the best: Internet Governance

By on 27 Dec 2015

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Part of our ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting our most popular posts from 2015 on themes important to our community.

The IANA Stewardship Transition dominated discussions surrounding Internet governance in the global numbering community in 2015.

The top three posts for 2015 on Internet governance are:

  1. Implementation of the CRISP Team proposal – Izumi Okutani, Chair of the CRISP team, chats with Paul Wilson about the progress on the implementation of the numbers community proposal.
  2. The IANA Stewardship Transition–what you need to know – check out our informative video on all the ins and outs of the Transition.
  3. Pakistan Workshop on Internet Governance – APNIC was invited by Pakistan’s Ministry of IT and Telecom to participate in its workshop and build awareness of its role in issues related to Internet Governance in the Asia Pacific region.

What do you think the biggest Internet governance issues will be for you and the community in 2016? Share your comments below.

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