How I See it – Internet Blackout: Who Are You to Take Away My Rights

How I See it – Internet Blackout: Who Are You to Take Away My Rights

Have you experienced an Internet blackout? Such incidence might occur when a city is hit by natural disaster or facing cyberattack. The outage of Internet service experienced by the people of Myanmar recently did not happen because of any such reasons above however, but about politics.

In this episode, Edmon Chung, the CEO of DotAsia Organisation, and Angela Arkandhi, NetMission ambassador — a university student from Indonesia who is passionate about Internet governance and digital policy — are going to explore how the Internet shutdown refrains us from exercising our rights. What are the compromises between tackling the dissemination of false information and ensuring freedom of speech online? Is Internet shutdown not an open-air prison for those who are experiencing it?

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Asian American Sustenance

Asian American Sustenance

Asian American Food and Identity Food is a vital part of culture.  Through food we are joined via a shared experience.  It is a connection to our earliest memories, our heritage and some say, an intercultural communicator.  Asian American cuisines are a category onto...

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How I See It –  Conversation with Edmon Chung and NetMission Ambassador, Ananya Singh:  Environmental Sustainability & Internet Governance

How I See It –  Conversation with Edmon Chung and NetMission Ambassador, Ananya Singh:  Environmental Sustainability & Internet Governance

"Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." Sustainable development has been a focus of international public policy since the Earth Summit in 1992. It...

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Special Advisory on Disinformation Against DotAsia

This is a special advisory issued in response to persistent and ungrounded accusations against the DotAsia Organisation along with its CEO and Board Members, along with harassment of DotAsia Organisation’s staff and professional advisers, perpetrated by certain individuals in recent months.

DotAsia Announces Organizational Governance Enhancements

The DotAsia Board is pleased to announce a series of governance enhancements to the DotAsia Organisation. This announcement of 5 foundational governance documents is the result of a year’s work at the DotAsia Board since May 2019.

.Asia Top-Level-Domain Now Licensed for Sale in China

DotAsia Organisation Ltd, operator of the  .Asia regional top-level-domain is pleased to announce that the .Asia extension has received accreditation from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) to once again market in China.

DotAsia参加新网全国合作伙伴大会

自2014年5月13日起,新网在北京,深圳,上海等十五个城市展开了为期一个月的“赢•聚变”合作伙伴大会。DotAsia作为赞助商出席了此次活动。 CEO Edmon Chung, 锺宏安先生也在武汉场,就新顶级域名发展前瞻和 .Asia域名如何帮助您更好的在亚洲开拓市场为话题进行了演说。此次会议规模是近五年内业界最大的,也吸引了世界各地的域名注册局, 同时也有上千家新网合作伙伴到场参与。