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Expression under repression - at WSIS and the 'Net

cyberspace

With this excellent title Havis, an international NGO promoting the GenderIT.org and APC Internet Rights Charter">freedom of expression

organised a whole two-day event, gathering a collection of rather interesting people from all over the globe. All discussions and presentations focused on the "most extreme cases", the exercise of the freedom of communication under hostile regimes - hence the title. The Tunisian "state" in this glossary). As a general rule, "government" should not be capitalised.

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has asked the organisers to change the topic of the event because they found it irrelevant to the Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

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$100 laptop: hope or hype?

cyberspace

Prototypes for a $100 laptop for Third World schools are out... what does it look like? What can it do? Is there a catch? And, hangon, there is still discussion on whether the Source: TechSoup Glossary and GenderIT.org">internet

is a friend or foe of education....

US slams Tunisia on human rights

Tunisia

The US delegation to Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

expressed disappointment with Tunisia's failure to secure rights of expression and assembly

WSIS deal... and internet rights

cyberspace

What actually brought about the WSIS deal on internet governance, in the way it evolved? An explanation from Canada... And, from Italy, a demand from the Greens for a href="http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level.php?cat=Trends&loid=8.0.230178282&par=0">Source: APC ">Charter

of Web Rights.

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WSIS-Tunis

I was quite impressed by the many side events women participated in, on Wednesday and Thursday. I'm particulary impressed by the Tanzanian women forum held in the afternoon with a highly led delegation of women in leading Source: APC">ICT

and "state" in this glossary). As a general rule, "government" should not be capitalised.

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position in the country. Of particular importance are the women-led event at the APC stand and APC-related talks. Keep it up!

New website: l'Observatoire des Politiques des TIC en Afrique de APC

TUNIS, TUNISIA 18 November 2005 (APC)

APC launched our new-look Africa ICT Policy Monitor website in French on the final day of the World Summit on the Information Society in Tunisia.

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Latin America, Caribbean and eLAC2007

Tunis, Tunisia

During an intense reunion the countries from the region agreed to have a temporary regional mechanism to establish the foundations for the creation of a permanent mechanism to coordinate and follow up the implementation of eLAC2007.

The same old strangers

Tunis, Tunis

Why is that plain-clothes cops look the same the whole world round? Why do they cut their hair and comb it the same way? Why do they use the same black glasses and same gold chains? Why do they like those tropical shirts that in the long run become a uniform? In Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, Tegucigalpa or Tunisia, you can spot them a mile away.

Software freedom? It's Microsoft-only

Tunis, Tunisia

The official online press service of Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

is available for Microsoft users only. The password protected photos Style information: N/a

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facility of the WSIS press centre is customized for Microsoft only. The setup of the official media-service site was done so that no software other than Internet Explorer can be used. Thus, journalists using non-Wikipedia ">proprietary software

are effectively prevented from using the official UN service. The service is supposed to be available to all journalists accredited for WSIS.

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