From the ChildArt mag: How Not To Feed The Trolls

Before I hit my annual digital sabbatical, here’s something you may find useful, whether you’re a child, teen, or an adult. The article was published in January-March 2019 issue of The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation, yours truly was a Guest editor on Online safety.

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The “Age of Digital Interdependence” and Digital Cooperation

On 10/6/2019, the UN High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation launched its report “Age of Digital Interdependence”with recommendations where the Basic Internet Foundation, with our DigI project efforts around the word, was an ideal epitome for Global Digital Inclusion and building Internet access around community needs. Read the report here.   Half …

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We need to redefine digital literacy skills

With a very rapid development of Internet technologies, new digital divides on the Internet are emerging. The rapid pace of new forms of communication and new access points to the Internet, such as mobile, demand solutions beyond those exclusively concerned with Internet access and technological infrastructure. Various types of digital …

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30 years of Web: my contributions

Thirty years ago, Tim Berners Lee coded up the foundational technologies for the World Wide Web (Web) while at CERN, he wrote “Information Management: A Proposal” outlining the Web concept. And it’s been quite an evolution for something that started as an idea for a way for scientists at CERN to share …

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adio 2018!

My year was very active, full of events and work and travel and excitements, unpredictabilities, and then the sadness of the passing of my dearest one, and again, work and travel and exciting projects, wonderful people and colleagues who support me (thank you DigI team!), and super new things I am doing …

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DigI in Munich, Digital inclusion at IGF2018 Paris, updates

DigI partner meeting, Munich A month ago, we had a team project  “Internet lite for all” and DigI partner meeting in Munich with participants from 10 countries, and at the Neuro-Kopf-Zentrum. This was my first time in Munich city, though short, it was very productive and inspiring.  Our team met in …

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