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Archive for August, 2014

Former Chairman of ICANN to attend PacINET

August 23rd, 2014 by

Peter Dengate Thrush is globally recognized as a leader of Internet infrastructure and governance organisations.  He has ardently defended the Internet from singular points of control and capture. A free Internet, he believes, is instrumental for encouraging self-expression,innovation and fundamental economic growth. This passion has defined his career since 1995 when he agreed to help Read more…

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Nominations for PICISOC Board Election 2014

August 19th, 2014 by

Current nominations Brian Louey-Gung – Fiji Edwin Liava’a – Fiji Ellen Strickland – InternetNZ Freddie Forrest Apakali – Papua New Guinea Ikapote Tavalea – Tonga Priscilla Kevin – Papua New Guinea Winifred Kula Amini – Papua New Guinea Brian Louey-Gung (nominated by Ian Thomson, seconded by Patrick Queet). Improved connectivity via submarine cable and O3b Read more…

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First nomination for Board Elections from PNG

August 18th, 2014 by

Winifred Kula Amini (nominated by Maureen Hilyard, seconded by Alisi Tuqa) Winifred Kula Amini is enthusiastic about technology, entrepreneurship and innovation. She has over 15 years of Information Technology experience in business analysis, design and development of business processes and system solutions.  She is also currently the Vice President of the PNG Computer Society and Read more…

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Vint Cerf supports PICISOC (PacINET)

August 18th, 2014 by

Kia orana   As well as making a donation towards the running of PacINET 2014 on Rarotonga, Vint Cerf has also produced a little advertisement for the event. He speaks of PICISOC instead of PacINET, but we can forgive him that tiny error.  Vint’s presentation. PICISOC CERF.mp4 We also have the first draft of the  programme Read more…

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