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Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
CPSR's website devoted to issues such as Internet filters, encryption, digital signatures, PICS, ethics, NII, and privacy.
http://cpsr.org

G8 Global Information Society
Pages on initiatives of the G8 (formerly G7) electronic networks and commerce initiatives.
http://www.g7.fed.us/

Home--Berkman Center for Internet and Society
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is a research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development. Highly active in Internet Public Policy.
http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/

ICANNnot
Not ICANN - Site created to track and provide information on ICANN elections. Excellent realtime tracking and projections based on voter turnout.
http://www.icannnot.org

ICANNWatch
ICANNWatch.Org monitors and tracks the action of ICANN and global domain name policy. Three academics providing a central point for those concerned with the actions and structure of ICANN. Mailing List, Editorial.
http://www.icannwatch.org/

Internet Democracy Project homepage
The Internet Democracy Project seeks to enhance the participation of Internet users worldwide in non-governmental bodies that are setting Internet policy and to advocate that these bodies adhere to principles of open participation, public accountability and human rights.
http://www.internetdemocracyproject.org/

Internet Protocol - Quality of Service Page
Reports the efforts made by ITTC in IP QoS (Quality of Service) research.
http://qos.ittc.ukans.edu/

Internet Public Policy Network
The Internet Public Policy Network (IPPN) is a network of Internet policy experts that provide content and services dealing with telecommunications,electronic commerce, and community technology issues. Includes Speakers' Bureau, Directory of Experts, Customized research.
http://www.internetpublicpolicy.com/

Noncommercial Domain Name Holders Constituency
Its purpose is to support noncommercial speech and activity on the Internet - and to protect the domain names under which that speech is placed. Currently, we are the only constituency in the ICANN Domain Name Supporting Organisation (DNSO) representing noncommercial speech.
http://www.ncdnhc.org/

Open Root Server Confederation
This site describes the Open Root Server Confederation views, organizational structure and plans for fair, open and technically sound implementation of new domain names. This site describes the Open Root Server Confederation views, organizational structure and plans for fair, open and technically sound implementation of new domain names. This is a confederation of Non-ICANN Domain name systems.
http://www.open-rsc.org/

PFIR - People For Internet Responsibility
People For Internet Responsibility (PFIR) is a global, grassroots, ad hoc network of individuals who are concerned about the current and future operations, development, management, and regulation of the Internet in responsible manners. The goal of PFIR is to help provide a resource for individuals around the world to gain an ability to help impact these crucial Internet issues, which will affect virtually all aspects of our cultures, societies, and lives in the 21st century. PFIR is non-partisan, has no political agenda, and does not engage in lobbying.
http://www.pfir.org/

The US Congressional Internet Caucus
This site contains information about the program and activities of the Advisory Committee and the Congressional Internet Caucus - a bi-partisan group of over 100 members of the House and Senate working to educate their colleagues about the promise and potential of the Internet.
http://www.netcaucus.org/

W3C - The World Wide Web Consortium
W3C's nearly 400 member organizations lead the World Wide Web to its full potential. Founded by Tim Berners-Lee, the Web's inventor. The W3C Web site hosts specifications, guidelines, software and tools. Public participation is welcome. W3C supports universal access, the semantic Web, trust, interoperability, evolvability, decentralization, and cooler multimedia. The World Wide Web Consortium was created to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing common protocols that promote its evolution and ensure its interoperability.
http://www.w3.org/

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