We are pleased to inform you that through the efforts and collaboration of our community, we are launching our first group of Internet Policy Briefs in French. This is the result of identifying the need of our community to understand issues related to Internet governance through a common and simple approach. The ultimate purpose of these policy briefs is to provide a concise view of Internet Society positions on critical Internet issues and serve as a reference for information and / or guide to governments, policy makers and other stakeholders in the process.
The ten policy briefs can be accessed through the following links:
The ten policy briefs now available in French are:
- Les Botnets
- L’Internet et les droits de l’Homme
- Gouvernance de l’Internet
- Interconnexion de l’Internet
- Points d’interconnexion Internet
- Contenu local
- Neutralité du réseau
- Normes Internet ouvertes
- La confidentialité sur l’Internet
- Les défis du courrier indésirable
We thank the members of our community who helped in the translation of these policy briefs into French.
We look forward to continuing to grow these and other resources on important Internet topics for our community and other stakeholders.