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.CA - Canada's place on the Internet.
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L'Afnic recrute un Concepteur Développeur ‪#‎PERL‬ (H/F) http://bit.ly/1pnPaQN

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We're excited to announce our brand new Canadian Internet Forum site has been launched!

Visit it for information about Internet governance and the CIF events. 
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Happy Sysadmin Day! To celebrate, we're holding a photo caption contest - enter here to win a great prize! 
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Our latest white paper explores the adoption of digital technologies by Canadian small and medium-sized businesses. Based on CIRA's research, it also provides a profile of Canada's SMEs. (pdf) 
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We love this video of an animated Vint Cerf explaining the Internet's naming and numbering system. Easy to understand and fun - Google did a great job on it. 
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The OECD has released new wireless broadband stats. Canada doesn't fare well. 
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Government launches program to bring high-speed Internet to an additional 280,000 Canadian households 
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To oversee the IANA oversight transition process, ICANN has proposed a 27 member Coordinating Group. This group is to be comprised of representatives from IANA’s customers, like ccTLDs and gTLDs, and other key stakeholders.

The ccNSO, the group within the ICANN structure that represents the interests of country code top-level domains like .CA, recently chose its nominees to the group.

Byron Holland blogs about the process and outcomes in Moving forward with Internet governance reform. 

http://cirablog.ca/2014/07/moving-forward-with-internet-governance-reforms/
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Good post from +Jonathan Zittrain on the right to be forgotten. 

Righting the right to be forgotten 
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Should Canadians be interested in Internet governance? YES! Watch our short video to learn why. 
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