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Rejoignez-nous pour discuter des actions à mettre en œuvre contre les attaques d’Internet

Comment coordonner les actions contre les attaques d’Internet et ses utilisateurs ? S’il veut survivre à sa croissance ininterrompue, le réseau des réseaux doit évoluer. Cette transformation concerne non seulement les technologies, mais aussi les personnes, les processus et les organisations impliqués dans le développement, l’exploitation et l’évolution d’un réseau mondial en pleine croissance, et qui…

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Ouverture des candidatures pour le conseil d’administration 2019 de Public Internet Registry (PIR)

Public Interest Registry (PIR) est l’opérateur à but non lucratif des domaines .ORG, .NGO et .ONG. Si vous ou quelqu’un que vous connaissez souhaitez participer à l’orientation future de PIR et possédez les qualifications nécessaires, l’Internet Society vous invite à siéger au conseil d’administration de PIR. En 2019, trois postes s’ouvriront au sein du conseil…

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Future Thinking: Orla Lynskey on Data in the Age of Consolidation

Last year, the Internet Society unveiled the 2017 Global Internet Report: Paths to Our Digital Future. The interactive report identifies the drivers affecting tomorrow’s Internet and their impact on Media & Society, Digital Divides, and Personal Rights & Freedoms. We interviewed Orla Lynskey to hear her perspective on the forces shaping the Internet’s future. Orla Lynskey is…

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Jason Donenfeld Honored with the ISRG’s Radiant Award

Earlier this week Jason Donenfeld received the Radiant Award from the Internet Security Research Group. Jason is an accomplished engineer and a creative thinker, which makes his work clean, simple, and takes it a step beyond – most notably in WireGuard, an open-source secure VPN tunnel. He, and all Radiant Award recipients, are honored for…

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A New Voice Joins the Chorus: Welcome to the Colombia Chapter!

A new Internet Society Chapter has been founded within the Regional Bureau in Latin America & Caribbean. The creation of the Colombia Chapter is today officially announced at Universidad del Rosario, in Bogotá. Our desire is to extend a gracious and inclusive welcome to all the 67 founding members that have been active members of…

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Kindergarten Tech Cop: The Job I Never Wanted

This month, we’ve asked parents to share their experiences of raising kids in the tech age. Today’s guest author is Sara Given, creator of the viral blog “It’s Like They Know Us,” which skewers the myth of the perfect parent. She’s also the author of Parenting Is Easy: You’re Probably Just Doing It Wrong. “Mom, what’s your passcode?”…

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The Benin Chapter Wins Chapterthon 2018

The winner of this year’s Chapterthon was announced this Tuesday, 4 December during InterCommunity 2018. Chapterthon is a global Internet Society (ISOC) Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) marathon, where all the Internet Society members can participate by developing a project within a timeline and budget to achieve a common goal. The project winner is…

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Nouveau rapport : Les principaux sites de vente en ligne améliorent la fiabilité de leur marketing électronique et respectent les recommandations en matière de désabonnement

Initiée par l’Internet Society, l’Online Trust Alliance publie aujourd’hui son cinquième audit annuel sur le marketing électronique et le désabonnement. Les chercheurs de l’OTA ont analysé les pratiques en matière de marketing électronique de 200 des principaux sites de vente en ligne d’Amérique du Nord. Cette analyse leur a permis d’émettre différentes recommandations afin de…

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Bilim Bulagy: A Spring of Knowledge in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan’s transition to post-Soviet renovation toward a free market economy has had severe effects on the nation’s educational system. Having limited resources, schools in Kyrgyzstan desperately need more teachers. Currently, there are over 2500 teaching positions not being covered, most of them in the fields of natural science and mathematics. Aiming to cover the need…

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Join Us to Discuss Attack Response at Internet Scale

How do we coordinate responses to attacks against Internet infrastructure and users? Internet technology has to scale or it won’t survive for long as the network of networks grows ever larger. But it’s not just the technology, it’s also the people, processes and organisations involved in developing, operating and evolving the Internet that need ways…

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