ZADNA invited its members, the local Internet industry & South Africa public to provide comments to the proposed Charters of NET.ZA, ORG.ZA and WEB.ZA. See their Background to NET-ZA ORG-ZA WEB-ZA charters, Call for comment NET-ZA ORG-ZA WEB-ZA Aug-2013, NET.ZA Charter for public comment, ORG.ZA Charter for public comment and WEB.ZA Charter for public comment. […]
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In two weeks time (14-18 July 2013) the global Internet governance organisation ICANN will be meeting for the second time in South Africa, at the Durban conference centre. Everyone is welcome and anyone interested in global policy making must attend (only thing needed is your brain, bring that and get free coffee and beer and […]
There is no doubt that the South African ICT industry has won several very important battles to bring meaningful Internet connectivity to our citizens. However they were often made despite the Minister of Communications and ICASA rather than because of them. A shining example of this is the Altech court case, which ruled against the […]
Video recordings of the sessions – http://bambuser.com/channel/isoc-za/broadcast IRC – for chat and questions – server: atlantis.zanet.org.za (port 6667) – channel: #isoc Twitter – http://twitter.com/isocza tweet #inetct Agenda – http://wiki.isoc.org.za/INET All welcome! Presentations: Jon McNerney – ISOC welcome Chris Smith – ISOC access development Alan Levin – What next? Stefan Doeblin – Lessons learned Steve Song […]
On 01 February 2010 ISOC-ZA submitted its recommendations to the .ZA Domain Name Authority (.ZA DNA) on its recently published draft Registry and Registrar Regulations. These draft regulations set out the rules by which potential domain name registries and registrars will be governed. Thank you to all of those ISOC-ZA policy list members who assisted […]
ISOC-ZA has a number of initiatives planned for 2010. The aim of the new committee is to encourage the public to become more active in the organisation and take responsibility for protecting their rights as Internet users. Read on for some initiatives that may interest you:
We recognise the urgent need for good Frequency Spectrum regulations and welcomed the opportunity to make a submission to ICASA on the frequency band allocation. Download the PDF (74kB).
ISOC-ZA established the African RALO together with ISOC Morrocco and ISOC Sudan at ICANN in Marrakech.
As agreed at the July 5 forum, anyone may assist us to a obtain multi-stakeholder support. Please see our short statement for endorsement by as many organisations as possible: First draft for comment.
Paul Esselaar, Internet Society South African Chapter (ISOC-ZA) talks during the policy day at iweek 2005.