[AfrICANN-discuss] Web review April 26, 2012
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Marketers Urge Feds To Pressure ICANN About Domain Names
Africa Infrastructure Growth Supporting ccTLDs and New gTLD Growth
Icann Delaying Web-Domain Project as ‘Glitch’ Persists
ICANN Public Comment Period for .com Registry Agreement with Verisign ends Tomorrow
Bloomberg and Reuters Feature Domain Name Price Index Created with Sedo Market Data
Sedo and .ME Registry Partner To Auction Premium .ME Domains
Architelos Introduces 'Velocity' to Help TLDs Market in Evolving Domain Name Industry
IPv6 a major battle for years to come: APNIC
Apple's IPv6 misstep is a sign of the times
Exporters may need to migrate to IPv6 to keep trading: Taskforce
The U.N., Internet Regulator
Top Internet Experts Debate IP And Digital Content; WIPO A Balancing Mechanism, Gurry Says
April 25, 2012.
Intellectual property was identified at this week’s Global INET conference as one of the most complex issues in the public policy debate related to the internet. With creative works abundantly available to copy, share, mashup and distribute, managing IP rights, obligations and limitations has never before been so complicated and controversial.
Illinois' Internet tax law unconstitutional, Cook County judge says
'Internet of Things' holds promise, but sparks privacy concerns
Guarding copyright on the Internet
INTERNET IN AFRICA
Africa’s Top Ten countries with fastest internet speeds
Africa's children need protection from technology abuse
Nigeria works to revamp cybercrime enforcement
Mobile penetration in Nigeria to reach 82% by 2015
"Tech needs Girls" campaign will be officially launched in New York on 26 April 2012.
"Tech needs Girls" is a new ITU campaign that seeks, through extensive engagement with government and private sector stakeholders, to attract greater participation of girls in the technology sector. The campaign seeks to achieve greater empowerment, equality, education and employment for girls through greater access to opportunities in the world of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Trustworthy Internet Movement Picks SSL Implementation and Governance as First Initiative
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