IGF Day 4 and last, Privacy – Incident with China – Human network – more Open Standards – Jordan FOSS – and Final statement November 24, 2009Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, IGF, ITU, open source, Uncategorized.
Tags: human network, IGF, internet, internet censorship, ITU, open source, open standards, privacy
This is the second day of the IGF 2009 and the 4th and last day of my journey.
There was a lot to write about, and I had little time back in Israel, so it took a while to publish.
I recommend you read my closing statement.
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IGF Day 3, Backdoor Censorship – Open Standards – founder of W3C – ISOC IL and IDNs – one of the fathers of the Internet November 16, 2009Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, IGF, ITU, open source.
Tags: IGF, internet censorship, isoc, ITU, w3c
Today is the third day of my trip and the first day off the IGF conference.
Today was full and exciting as expected!
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I am going to the Internet Governance Forum in Egypt on Friday November 11, 2009Posted by GuySoft in Crictor, Hamakor, IGF, ITU, open source.
Tags: governance, IGF, internet, internet censorship, ITU
I thought I might update that I am going to the IGF (Internet Governance Forum) conference in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt from this Friday till Monday. I am going in hope to meet new people and hear the talks. I see this visit as a continuation of my visit to ITU TELECOM Asia 2008 in Thailand last year (which was a lot of fun).
I hope I would find time to update during the conference. I would try and twitter too. I am right in the middle of my second year in physics studies, so I will have little time when I get back.
Hope to update soon
Tags: censorship, copyright, internet censorship, Israel, law, no2bio, pirate
About half a year ago, a law for internet censorship passed the first stage in our parliament, on its way to become in effect. The way it was done is disguising the law as a way to protect against child pornography.
There was quite a lot of opposition and finally at the beginning of this week, the law proposal was dropped. This of course makes quite us happy.
“I’ll give you an anecdote of a copyright seminar. The Danish head honcho came and said: You know, the politicians don’t understand file sharing. So what we need to do is to filter the internet. But since politicians don’t understand what that means, we should associate it with child pornography. Because politicians understand child pornography.“