Tagged : Internet Governance

08 Oct

Our 25 top MENA and global ICT stories from Q3 2013

by Damian Radcliffe

Blink and before you know it, another three months have passed. That can feel like a lifetime in the fast-moving digital space, so over the past few weeks we took the opportunity to step back and identify the most interesting digital developments that we spotted over the summer. You can see our selected highlights in the […]

02 Dec

A Battle for the Internet?

by Brian Wesolowski

Nothing less than the future of the Internet is on the agenda this week at the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12). Then again, perhaps it’s not, but the entire global technology world has it’s eyes squarely focused on Dubai for the next two weeks as the UN’s bureaucratic agency in charge of international telecommunications, […]

22 Oct

ISOC Qatar invites you to attend “iNET Qatar: The Rise of the Arab Information Society”

by Damian Radcliffe

Digital Qatar readers are invited to attend a major international Internet conference being organized by ISOC Qatar in partnership with the Internet Society (ISOC), ictQATAR and Carnegie Mellon Qatar on 27th November 2012.   The event – iNET Qatar: ‘The Rise of the Arab Information Society’ – will explore a number of issues with which Digital Qatar readers will be very familiar. This includes topics such […]

20 Jun

Introducing Our All New DIGITAL DIGEST

by Damian Radcliffe

The Digital Digest harnesses and analyzes the very latest trends and developments impacting Qatar and the MENA region The use of the Internet and communication technology is growing rapidly, perhaps more so in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region than anywhere else. Alongside this, recent political changes in the region have resulted in […]