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~ KT Press reports on how Rwanda is seeking ideas on utilizing ICT to transform its economy KIGALI, Rwanda, Oct.
Some of the world’s leading technology companies are joining forces with government agencies and various aid organizations to help bring more affordable Internet access to developing nations.
The US, UK and Canada have announced today that they will not be signing the ITU’s Internet Treaty in its current form.
An 11-day UN conference opens in Dubai today which will play host to some extensive debates from the world’s leaders as to how to govern the Internet. The goal is to update some rather outdated regulations to ensure each nation has similar access to the Internet.
International Telecommunications Union (ITU) reported on Thursday that over a third of the world's population is online.
the U.S. is bracing for a call to revise internet treaties to spread control to nations other than the United States.
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT), with the support of the Ministry of Information and Communications
Members of Congress expressed strong opposition on Thursday to proposals to bring the Internet under centralized United Nations control.
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