Greetings from Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum (BIGF)
Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum [Headed by Chairman, Parliamentary Standing Committee for Ministry of Post and Telecommunication] is an emerging OPEN multi-stakeholder inclusive effort to illuminate issues and cultivate constructive discussion about the internet in conjunction with the UN Internet Governance
Following last week’s riots, British PM David Cameron said that his government is considering a crackdown on online communications. However he forgets that the same websites and phone networks were also used to locate friends and plan safe exits from trouble-spots. APC and GreenNet issue a statement.
From August 9-11 APC is at this regional meeting in Trinidad and Tobago. You can also participate from wherever you are.
APC and partners are hosting a pre-event on access to the internet from a human rights perspective on Monday September 26 at the sixth Internet Governance Forum in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Fourth Latin American and Caribbean preparatory meeting for the IGF will take place from 8-11 of August in Port Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
APC members and staff will be participating at this year’s Internet Governance Forum in Nairobi, Kenya from 27-30 September 2011. The proposed theme is ‘Internet as a catalyst for change: access, development, freedoms and innovation’ and so APC will be hosting a number of workshops as well as a pre-event based on the themes of access, human rights, and development.
APC is organising a series of events in the context of the next IGF in Nairobi.
APC is calling on governments to follow up on their recent commitments to freedom of expression.
The Fourth Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) will take place from August 8th to 11th, 2011 in the city of Port Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. The event will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
From the people who brought you legal marijuana, freaky sex clubs and pickled herring comes the craziest thing yet.
Of course, I’m talking about the net neutrality law that just passed through Dutch parliament.