The program helps different stakeholder group to get comprehensive and structured knowledge on Internet governance. To better understand the complexity related to Internet governance and its importance in the future of the Internet.

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Cross Border Data Governance (eCommerce) and Data Localization

Introduction: The processing of information across national borders raises questions on data collection, processing, storage and distribution. This pose concern on security and breach of privacy. Policy Considerations     i.            Cross border trade is an innovation that challenges data localization.   ii.            They may be […]

NSIG Expected Code of Conduct

Those who take part in NSIG multi-stakeholder process will undertake to: Act in accordance with  NSIG ‘s Bylaws. In particular, participants undertake to act within the mission of  NSIG  and in the spirit of the values contained in the Bylaws. Adhere to  NSIG ‘s conflict of interest policies. Treat all members of the  NSIG  community equally, irrespective of […]