IPV6: The web’s new neighbourhood

BitDepth for June 19, 2012 It’s possible to call the new implementation of network addressing for the Internet, rather unflatteringly called IPv6, a new development along […]

F1RST to add Menus and Catalogues feature

Consumers in Trinidad and Tobago will soon be able to browse specific products, services and menu items of local businesses online through the new Menus and […]

Wooding on Net Neutrality

Technologist Bevil Wooding writes about the importance of Net Neutrality… In general, it is always troubling when private firms place their profit-driven interests above larger societal […]

IPv4 addresses exhausted for Caribbean, LATAM

From the LACNIC post… “This is an historic event; the fact that it was anticipated and announced doesn’t make it any less significant,” said Raúl Echeberría, […]

ISOC Report on the Internet, 2014

From the foreword… Thanks to the Internet’s own success, we are now in an increasingly complex era where the stakes are much higher than before, and […]

Caribbean Internet cost – 2014

ICT Pulse reports on the affordability of Internet service in the Caribbean.

Cybercrime bill before Parliament

From the abstract of the document… THE CYBERCRIME BILL, 2014 The purpose of the Cybercrime Bill, 2013 is to provide for the creation of offences related […]

Surveying the T&T digital Divide

Global Voices publishes the second part of their interview with mSurvey, who recently completed a comprehensive examination of the distribution of digital information in T&T. The […]

LAC-i-Roadshow on April 25

+ICANN in collaboration with the CTU invites you to the first in a series of Roadshows to be held in the Latin America and Caribbean region on […]