Chapter Council Election Results
The 2019 election for the the ISOC-DC Chapter Council has concluded and we are pleased to announce the newest Council members.
In 2018, the Internet Society New York Chapter (ISOC-NY), with the support of Google, has embarked on a new project to explore and define Digital Preservation principles, protocols, and practices. The first event, in this two-part series, is presented in partnership...
How does policy impact evolution and innovation of cybersecurity markets and the tech sector? How can technology, standards-setting, and policy narrow the scope of risk within which cyber defenders operate? How can policy, markets, and the tech sector help to create the incentives necessary to enhance the security of the Internet?
Recent developments related to the Internet have prompted alarming questions about whether it is fragmenting. They include a diverse set of technical, economic, and policy developments and decisions that have been taken in response to the continued growth and globalization of the Internet, and its evolving role as critical infrastructure for the digital economy.
This event is Part 2 of a four-part series of dialogues organized in response to recent developments related to the Internet that have prompted alarming questions about whether it is fragmenting. They include a diverse set of technical, economic, and policy developments and decisions that have been taken in response to the continued growth and globalization of the Internet.
“The Business Lens” examines how technology choices and policy decisions that potentially fragment the Internet affect global commerce and economic growth. Microsoft and ISOC-DC are bringing together policy stakeholders, including government, the technical community, civil society, industry, and other organizations, to consider these issues more fully.
The discussion, the final in a four-part series that has explored multiple facets of fragmentation, will bring together stakeholders from government, industry, civil society, and the technical community to examine how policy decisions can lead to fragmentation, and the impact of such fragmentation on the digital economy globally and nationally.
A joint panel discussion in New York City and Washington DC on January 18, 2017 at 6:00pm, hosted by the New York and Washington, DC Chapters of the Internet Society in partnership with the Internet Governance Lab at American University and GrubHub. Click here to...