Is it possible that the Brazilian proposal at the WTPF was retaliation against the U.S. for it not supporting its gTLD proposals at the GAC? I believe it is. What we are witnessing, in my opinion, is the gTLD debate boiling over into the ITU.
A strange feeling came over me after I got home from ICANN 47 in Durban, something I haven’t felt after an ICANN meeting before.
If most of us aren't expecting privacy on the Internet, it would follow that we would be ambivalent about government’s watching us there. And, nearly 60 per cent of Canadians agree that they would be willing to give up their privacy on the Internet if it ‘would help the government foil terrorist plots’ – when it comes to national security, we're much more forgiving.
On September 16, CIRA will host an important event in Montreal and I hope you can join us!
The Internet as we know it is dead. Let me tell you why.
Why should a government feel it is above judicial oversight to monitor its citizens’ activities, just because they're online? Because apparently, we're fine with it. Not only should we care, in my opinion we should be outraged.
This week marks an important milestone in the ongoing development of the Internet in Ca
We do important work at CIRA. Our work supports Canada’s piece of the global Internet – the .CA domain space.