Shrinking Internet Freedom In Asia Pacific – Ananda Gautam

The Internet has evolved in such a way that since January 2018 more than one million people come online for the first time each day connecting 57% of the world’s population to the Internet.[1] With this massive growth of people being connected to the internet the surge in trends of internet shutdowns and demarcation of […]

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Get Ready for IGF 2019 Berlin with NetMission

The Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is going to be held in Berlin, Germany from 25 to 29 November 2019. IGF aims to bring different stakeholders with diverse backgrounds as equals to discuss public policy issues relating to the Internet. With the theme of One World. One Net. One Vision. this […]

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Understanding the role of Domain Name in Internet Governance: My experience in APIGA 2019 – Nguyen Van Thanh

APIGA 2019 has ended, but memories and experiences during this program are always in my heart. Joining APIGA is an exciting and sweet experience for me. This is the second time I have participated in APIGA, the first time in 2017 as a participant, this time 2019 is a mentor. In NetMission team, I was […]

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Being sixteen at IGF 2018: Sharing from HKyIGF fellow – Faith Lee

Entrepreneurs like Zuckerberg. Content creators like PewDiePie. Philanthropists like Bill Gates. Casual users like you and me. All individuals alike, what began as a transnational infrastructure for merely communication and commerce has evolved into a uniquely universal realm that transcends all – the Internet. Its success stems from the way it was built and able […]

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