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  • ISOC-CH to support referendum against Internet blocking

    Friday, 29th September 2017 Today, the Swiss national parliament has adopted the new gambling law; the first law in Switzerland to introduce Internet blocking. ISOC-CH is dedicated to continue the fight for the Open Internet. In Switzerland every law passed can be challenged by collecting 50K signatures of Swiss citizens to enforce a popular vote Read more…

  • ICOMM @ CERN 19 Sep

    UPDATE: The recording of the panel discussion ‘Will the Internet of Things undermine the Internet of Trust?’ is now available online. Event announcement: It is a great pleasure to announce that ISOC-CH is participating in the celebration of ISOC’s 25th anniversary and we are co-hosting a special half-day event at CERN Globe on 19 September. To mark the Read more…

  • Joint Press Release: ISOC-CH and p≡p foundation engaged for pretty Easy privacy (p≡p)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Geneva and Zurich, July 3rd, 2017 * * * * * Dear members of the press, The Internet Society Switzerland Chapter (ISOC-CH) and the Swiss p≡p foundation are happy to announce that they teamed up on documenting the pretty Easy privacy (p≡p) protocols, which can be used to create Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), Read more…

  • ISOC-CH awarded Beyond the Net grant to work on privacy

    It is a great pleasure to announce that our project on privacy via mass encryption got selected for funding in the Beyond the Net programme of Internet Society. This two-year long project (June 2017-June 2019) will be undertaken together with the pEp Foundation in order to implement privacy by design. More specifically, the project aims Read more…

  • The Internet Society is 25

    This year, the Internet Society celebrates its 25th year of advocacy for an open, trusted Internet available to everyone, everywhere. Today the challenges to the open Internet have never been greater – and thus  confronting those challenges requires our participation. During this anniversary year, the ISOC plans include: 25 Under 25 – A new program to shine Read more…

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  • Joint Press Release: ISOC-CH and p≡p foundation engaged for pretty Easy privacy (p≡p)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Geneva and Zurich, July 3rd, 2017 * * * * * Dear members of the press, The Internet Society Switzerland Chapter (ISOC-CH) and the Swiss p≡p foundation are happy to announce that they teamed up on documenting the pretty Easy privacy (p≡p) protocols, which can be used to create Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), Read more…

  • Switzerland needs a wider DNSSEC Deployment!

    To navigate the Internet, users typically use domain names in their browser’s address bar. Domain names will be translated to machine-readable IP addresses by the Domain Name System (DNS) and those IP addresses are used to connect to the requested website. The process is similar to using a phone book to look up the telephone Read more…

  • Sample letters, French & German: on the Federal surveillance law (LRens/NDG)

    Swiss voters accepted, by a large majority, the new Federal surveillance law (LRens/NDG). ISOC-CH had supported the process of collecting signatures to hold a referendum and opposed the law, on the grounds that it could open the door to mass surveillance and have other undesirable side effects. During the campaign leading up to the vote, Read more…