APNIC and the APNIC Foundation participated at the IGF 2022, held in Addis Adaba, Ethiopia from 28 November to 2 December 2022.
Guest Post: I am Aysha Labiba, I am 13 years old and I’m looking forward to making this planet a better place by ensuring kids all over the world have access to a safe Internet.
Sunny Chendi was a panellist in several sessions at BIGF 2022, held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 10 to 12 November 2022.
How can we develop evidence-based policies around the DNS that protect users’ trust on the Internet?
APNIC supported and participated in NetThing 2022, held virtually on 27 and 28 October 2022.
Guest Post: A people-centric Internet is where people from all parts of the community including persons with disability can be actively engaged.
Finding the appropriate balance in government policy towards Internet issues can be like tightrope walking.
Guest Post: Unfortunately for the entire DNS industry, DNS resolution offers a good (or the least bad) control point for the enforcement of national regulation.
As an RIR, AFRINIC plays an extremely important role in the global management of the Internet.
Guest Post: Calling yourself an engineer comes with the responsibility to build a better world for everyone.