During its recent meeting in Toronto, the Internet Society Board of Trustees called on policymakers, in advance of the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in December, “to preserve the openness, dynamism, and growth of the Internet when modifying the International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs).” The board believes any revisions to the ITRs should: reinforce member states’ commitment to open, transparent and inclusive policy-making processes; enshrine a commitment to open, voluntary international standards; emphasize policy approaches such as competition, liberalization, and transparency; be based on thorough technical and socio-economic analysis; and retain the high-level nature of the ITRs.

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CTA Taps Microsoft to Power CES 2021

The Consumer Technology Association has selected Microsoft as its technology partner for the all-digital CES 2021.

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