Chapter Update: August 2 2017

Chapter Update: August 2 2017

  • Mozilla held a San Francisco meet-up to foster community discussion around its $2M funding challenge to connect the unconnected. Learn more about this engaging session, moderated by SF Bay Area ISOC, focused on community-based wireless solutions.
  • FiveThirtyEight released a data-driven analysis on every US county’s broadband usage and explored connectivity in the county with the worst Internet. Read this insightful piece highlighting the reality of rural broadband.
  • If you missed the Internet Governance Forum in DC last week, catch up on the videos online. The panel ‘Promoting a More Inclusive Internet‘, organized by the SF Bay Area ISOC, was very well-received and provided a deep dive into how access can be expanded to communities that are still struggling to get online.
  • A new bill introduced by the Senate would require IoT products used by government entities to meet standards for patchability, password management, and more. Read more about this legislation to address the gaping holes in IoT security.
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