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Mark Buell
Works at Canadian Internet Registration Authority
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CIRA conducted a national survey of Canadians about lawful access. The results show that a majority of Canadians oppose giving law enforcement more access to individuals’ online activity. 

Do you think the police should be able to gain access to Canadians' Internet activities without a warrant?
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is the organization that manages the .CA domain space on behalf of all Canadians.
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In his latest post, Byron Holland makes sense of the many meeting, discussions and events leading up to the deadline for the development of a proposal for the IANA transition process and ICANN accountability. 

A graphic identifying the processes, key dates, capacity needs, and key dates is also included in the post. 
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Have you subscribed to the Canadian Internet Forum Monthly newsletter yet? It includes articles and opinions on Internet governance of particular interest to Canadians, as well as Internet governance in the news, links to resources, and upcoming events. 

The next edition will include a recap of the Internet Governance Forum, recently held in Istanbul, Turkey. 

Subscribe today by emailing us at cif@cira.ca! 
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The internet’s address system that converts user-friendly domain names (for example, www.riksdagen.se) and the more complex IP addresses (for www.riksdagen.se – 193.11.1.138) is known as the domain name system (DNS) and has been in use for 30 years. The system is ingenious in its simplicity and has a stable structure. The basic idea is a distributed database provided via a network of thousands of name servers with each name server being responsib...
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What happens in the multi-stakeholder community misses the September 15 deadline for a proposal to transition #IANA oversight from the U.S. Government?

Byron Holland, CIRA's president and CEO, answers this question in his latest post on Public Domain. 
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The Canadian Internet Forum is this Thursday in Ottawa. Follow live on our YouTube Channel! 
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New CIRA research: Canadians confident that new anti-spam regulations will mean less spam in their inboxes.

What do you think? Will CASL help reduce spam in Canada? 
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This is a very good, short video about security and the Internet of Things. 
Internet legend, Paul Vixie, discusses the security challenges of the Internet of...
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“No single person, organisation or government has control of the global, decentralised internet,” writes ICANN CEO and President Fadi Chehadé on the ICANN blog. “The United States is not giving up control of the open internet. How can I be sure?” Chehadé asks. “Because the U.S. does not have ...
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Has the web lost its way? 

How the web lost its way – and its founding principles

When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web 24 years ago he thought he'd created an egalitarian tool that would share information for the greater good. But it hasn't quite worked out like that. What went wrong?
When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web 24 years ago he thought he'd created an egalitarian tool that shared information for the greater good. But it hasn't quite worked out like that. What went wrong, asks Stuart Jeffries
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Apply to join CIRA's Board of Directors!

Becoming a CIRA Board Director is a unique opportunity to work with Canada’s Internet leaders as they develop strategy and policy for .CA. The skills, experience and expertise Board members bring to the table will help guide CIRA as it fulfils its mandate to be a recognized leader and trusted voice in the Canadian Internet community.

Nominations close tomorrow - apply today!

If you are a .CA Member, you can apply in this members-only stage of the 2014 Board of Directors election.
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