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Google thanks those who signed its #freeandopen petition, says more will be needed in the future
Google’s Vint Cerf thanks those that signed its petition for Internet freedom but warns that more will be needed in the future.
US, EU & African states refuse to sign controversial UN telecom/Internet treaty
A bloc of US, EU, and African states have refused to sign a UN treaty which they fear would have given the organisation more control over the management of the Internet
Russia backtracks on controversial proposal that would give the ITU more control over the Internet
Russia will not table a proposal that would see the UN’s ITU take over more control over the Internet. The country is currently redrafting it, with the new document to be presented soon.
The inventor of the web joins Vint Cerf to keep the Internet #freeandopen
Tim Berners-Lee has warned that attempts to “bypass” existing Internet management systems would be a “disruptive threat to the stability of the [Internet].”
Vint Cerf, one of the “Fathers of the Internet,” rallies users to protect its independence
As the UN’s ITU meets one of the Fathers of the Internet is calling on users to sign a Google petition to protect the Internet’s independence from government controls
Google’s #freeandopen infographic shows what could be threatened by increased internet controls
Google’s infographic shows the growth of the internet since its creation in 1969 as the company protests against proposed United Nations’ changes to the way the internet is managed.
The UN/ITU respond to Google’s #freeandopen campaign as the EU votes to condemn changes to internet governance
The UN’s ITU has responded to Google’s #freeandopen campaign saying the it’s not trying to take over the internet. Meanwhile the EU votes to condemn changes to internet governance.
English Premier League shut down 30,000 illegal streams last season
The English Premier League shut down more than 30,000 illegal internet streams of its football fixtures last season, according to the BBC’s Radio 1 Newsbeat.
World IPv6 Launch – this time it’s for real
Tomorrow, June 6, is World IPv6 Launch day – the date at which the internet’s biggest vested participants have agreed to permanently enable IPv6 on their products and services to ensure the internet’s “continued growth as a platform for innovation and economic development”.