APNIC participated at the 2020 Taiwan Internet Governance Forum (TWIGF 2020), held in Taipei, Taiwan, from 11 to 12 November 2020.
The event welcomed 393 participants, plus 283 viewing online, to hear from speakers on the theme ‘One World, One Internet?’ and sub-themes, ‘Critical Internet Resources’, ‘Internet Human Rights’, ‘Internet Security’, ‘Digital Sovereignty’, ‘Digital Trade’, and ‘Law and Regulation’. View the agenda for more information.
- Paul Wilson presented an overview of IP addressing, history of the protocol, role of RIRs and how IP addresses resolve DNS queries.
- Joyce Chen spoke at the ‘New Tech, 5G and Risks to the Internet’ session, alongside speakers from other organizations such as TWNIC, ICANN and Taiwan Mobile.
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