Time to Vote for your favourite project! We would like to invite you to vote for ISOC St Vincent and the Grenadines Chapter Chapterthon project! Our Project Title: The Design of an Internet Community Network for Farmers “The Chapterthon is a global Internet Society Chapters marathon, where all Internet Society Chapters can participate by developing […]

Chapterthon 2019 Event

Community Consultation (Outreach) Veryvine, Francoise Village, Vermont Tuesday, 12th September, 2019 Agenda Moderator:   Mr. Andre Gaymes (Vice Chair, ISOC SVG) Time Activity Speaker 5:00 p.m. – 5:02 p.m. Prayer Ms. Jonquil Cadougan ISOC SVG Member 5:02 p.m. – 5:10 p.m. Introduction  and Welcome Remarks (What is ISOC SVG and why we are here) Ms. Jacqueline […]

Chapterthon 2019

Project Brief                       Project Summary Project Title Design an Internet Community Network for farmers  Project Category Provide access to underserved rural, remote, and urban areas Enhance existing community networks platforms by providing better access to information and services Improve the development of digital skills for greater inclusion of the entire community Promote community networks that […]

UASG103 – Programming Language Hacks

Universal Acceptance is the simple concept that all domain names and all email addresses work across all applications.A recent Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) study found that many users were being denied access to applications because they lacked a simple fix.Top-level domains (TLDs) and email addresses have evolved markedly since 2010, when non-ASCII characters […]

UASG102 – Email Address Internationalization (EAI)

Email connects the globe with a click. And it is critical for more than just sending messages; we use email addresses to log in to social networks, identify ourselves for government services, and as the spare key for our online identity. But it’s not as universal as you might imagine.  

UASG101 – Introduction to Universal Acceptance

Since 2006 the Domain Name System (DNS) has expanded dramatically, not only fueling competition, choice and innovation, but truly enabling a multi-lingual Internet. There are now more than a 1,500 top-level domains (TLDs), many of which are longer than the traditional two- and threecharacter (e.g. .com, .edu, .nz, and .org) or are in non-ASCII based […]

Internet Society 2019 Action Plan

I. Introduction The Internet Society’s Mission and Vision define what we do. They tell us to ensure the Internet is open, globally-connected, secure, and trustworthy for everyone. This is our enduring goal—it is our “why”—and it serves as the organizing principle for not only what we do, but also how we work. That goal determines […]


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