Regional technology experts will share their insights on global Internet Governance issues, from a Caribbean perspective, at an upcoming forum hosted by The University of the West Indies (UWI). Internet governance deals with the development of shared principles, policies and programmes that shape the use and evolution of the Internet.
"In the global, multi-stakeholder Internet Governance model, the Internet is seen as a borderless resource belonging to no single entity. Instead, it is managed by a global community of governments, corporations, technologists, academics, civil society and individual end users," said Patrick Hosein, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computing and Information Technology at UWI, St Augustine.
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Speakers at the forum will deliver interactive presentations and answer participants' questions about Internet Governance. The ultimate aim is to strengthen the Caribbean presence in international fora where the future of the Internet is being determined.
which will provide more intense training on Internet Governance to a select number of fellows.
is free and open to the public.
IEEETT CCS plans to hold a second seminar on 5G networks later this year.