which will line corporate pockets while curtailing our digital rights.
Online censorship can possibly affect such area as college paper help. A lot of students use this kind of academic assistance to be able to cope with the wide range of tasks at school. If this happens, many people will not be able to obtain their diplomas and a lot of professional writers will lose their source of income.
The Internet Society is pleased to announce a call for applications to participate in the Internet Society (ISOC) Ambassador programme to the (IGF) meeting in Nairobi, Kenya in September 2011.
On January 31 2011, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) allocated two blocks of IPv4 address space to APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for the Asia-Pacific region. On February 3, IANA allocated equally the remaining blocks to each of the five RIRs: Africa (AFRINIC), Asia Pacific (APNIC), North America (ARIN), Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC), and Europe and the Middle East (RIPE NCC). Each of these blocks represents about 16.7 million possible addresses. In response to IPv4 address exhaustion, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) created IPv6, a new version of the Internet Protocol with a vastly expanded address space. The new version also included many desired features such as enhanced security. As work progressed, many IPv6 improvements have been incorporated into IPv4 networks, leaving a vastly increased address space as the one clear feature of IPv6.
The Internet Society of Mauritius is in the process of rejuvenation. We are seeking members and leaders.
Regional Interconnection to be Key Focus for Second Annual AfPIF Conference