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United Nations extends human rights to online world

United Nations extends human rights to online world

Freedom to speak and surf without fear of surveillance.
Max Metzger Jul 14 2016, 12:30PM Security
US intercepted UN comms: report

US intercepted UN comms: report

Chinese beat NSA to it.
Juha Saarinen Aug 27 2013, 8:19AM Security
In pictures: e-waste recycling plants

In pictures: e-waste recycling plants

We take a look at some of the world's biggest recycling plants where computers go to die and be reborn.
Chris Jager May 4 2012, 7:33AM Photos
UN mulls internet regulation options

UN mulls internet regulation options

WikiLeaks sparks push for tighter controls.
John Hilvert Dec 20 2010, 10:18AM Collaboration
Minister Conroy packs his bags for Geneva

Minister Conroy packs his bags for Geneva

Conroy to address United Nations Broadband Commission.
Mahesh Sharma Jul 2 2010, 4:06PM Collaboration
Conroy appointed to UN's broadband commission

Conroy appointed to UN's broadband commission

Becomes a founding member of strategy group.
Liz Tay May 12 2010, 8:51AM Training & Development
Pressure grows for IT inclusion in Copenhagen agreement

Pressure grows for IT inclusion in Copenhagen agreement

Cisco and Ericsson chief executives are understood to be keen.
Tom Young Nov 25 2009, 9:14AM News
NComputing lands UN deal to provide 500,000 work stations to schools

NComputing lands UN deal to provide 500,000 work stations to schools

The initiative will provide 500,000 workstations for primary and secondary schools in developing nations by 2012.
Staff Writers Jun 2 2009, 5:53AM Hardware
Hackers deface UN websites

Hackers deface UN websites

Political hacking back in vogue.
Iain Thomson Aug 17 2007, 7:31AM Security
auDA CEO heads for UN Internet Forum

auDA CEO heads for UN Internet Forum

.Au Domain Administration CEO Chris Disspain has been appointed as a member of the advisory for the UN's upcomming United Nation’s Internet Governance Forum.
Staff Writers May 24 2006, 12:15PM Mobility
US retains control of Internet traffic system

US retains control of Internet traffic system

The United States will keep control of the domain-name system that guides Internet traffic under an agreement reached on Wednesday, resolving a dispute that threatened to fracture the global computer network.
Andy Sullivan Nov 17 2005, 8:45AM Collaboration
UN alarmed at duping of migrants via internet

UN alarmed at duping of migrants via internet

Would-be migrants from Asia, Africa and Latin America are being tricked into paying up to US$1000 for promises of travel to a rich country by websites claiming links to the United Nations.
Staff Writers Nov 16 2005, 9:20AM Collaboration

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