ICANN and CTU bring Caribbean voices to global Internet policy debate

Caribbean states are hammering out their own spaces to discuss relevant technology development issues.

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Caribbean voices joining global Internet debate

The Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)—the entity that controls key bits of the Internet—gathers in Los Angeles this week to tackle an array of hot issues, in particular, governance of the Internet. “Governments want to exert control over the sweeping transnational power of the Internet that is affecting their policies, politics, social …

T&T “very active” in global Internet debate, says ISOC boss

T&T has come in for praise from the international community supporting the global Internet. Raul Echeberría, vice president of global engagement at the Internet Society, described T&T as “very active” in high-level international debates on issues related to the governance of the global Internet. “ISOC has a long history of working in the Caribbean, and …

South School on Internet Governance comes to Trinidad

EVENTS - The Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU) and the ICT Training Centre for Latin America and the Caribbean (CCAT-LAT) are bringing a five-day intensive training programme to the Caribbean, which aims to improve the quality of regional representation at international Internet Governance meetings. The South School on Internet Governance, or SSIG, is a programme to prepare …