Trust is the key issue in defining the future value of the Internet.
The Internet Society’s policy agenda on trust is guided by our “Policy Framework for an Open and Trusted Internet“.Read more
One of the earliest priorities of the Internet Society Liberia Chapter is to increase the reach of the Internet.
We promote policies and build communities to sustain an Internet that is a universally accessible platform for innovation, creativity, and economic opportunity.Read more
As does every technology, the Internet has grown, evolved, and adapted to new technologies and new uses.
The Internet Society’s 2017 report foresaw a hyperconnected Internet economy, one in which no sector of the economy or part of society would be untouched by technology.Read more
Global infrastructure is required so that Internet endpoints without a prior relationship can communicate in a trusted and secure way.
Unmediated connections are a hallmark of the Internet. Technologies such as encryption infrastructure, time security, and identity and authentication functions comprise the necessary infrastructure.Read more