Hierzu mal etwas über geistesgestörte Portuguese der Assambleia de Deus aus Brasilien und Berlin Caritas Haus +65

Internet ist Pedregal - ein Elendviertel in Aracati Ceara Brasil

Internet ist Aracati - Internet ist Portuguese - Internet ist Portugal                             

2016 - Schluchseestr 3 in Berlin Weidmannslust  Etage 3 - Assambleia de Deus

Internet ist Portuguese - dann holen wir ein aus Fortaleza ( Ceara Brasil )

seit 2016 will man im Haus bei mir Computer hacken und hat noch noch nie ein richtigen Computer gesehen   nie  ordentlichen Computer gesehen - glauben sie, wenn sie Mord schreien, gehe ich nicht mehr ins Internet

 

This time something about deranged Portuguese Assambleia de Deus from Brazil and Berlin Caritas house +65

Internet is Pedregal - a misery district in Aracati Ceara Brasil

Internet is Aracati - Internet is Portuguese - Internet is Portugal

2016 - Schluchseestr 3 in Berlin Weidmannslust floor 3 - Assambleia de Deus

Internet is Portuguese - then we pick one from Fortaleza (Ceara Brasil)

since 2016 you want to hack computers in my house and have never seen a real computer seen a decent computer

isoc                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

because the IETF Secretariat, which had been operated under NSF contract by staff at the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI) would not be supported beyond 1991 by NSF.

The then Internet Activities Board sought to create

 a non-profit institution that could provide financial support for the IETF Secretariat among other things. CNRI served as the first host for the Internet Society's operation.

In 2012, on ISoc's 20th anniversary, it established the Internet Hall of Fame, an annual award whose purpose is to "publicly recognize a distinguished and select group of visionaries, leaders and

luminaries who have made significant contributions

 to the development and advancement of the global Internet".


Internet Society today

The Internet Society conducts a great range of activities under three main categories, namely standards, public policy, and education.

Under the standards category, the Internet Society supports and promotes the work of the standards settings bodies for which it is the organizational home: the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF),

the Internet Architecture Board (IAB),

the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG), and the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF). The Internet Society also seeks to promote understanding and appreciation of the Internet model of open,

 transparent processes and consensus-based decision making.



Under the public policy category, the Internet Society works with governments, national and international organizations, civil society, the private sector, and other parties to promote policies about the Internet

 that conform to its core values.

 The following statement illustrates the foundation for the Internet Society's policy positions:

"We envision a future in which people in all parts of the world can use the Internet to improve their quality of life, because standards, technologies, business practices, and government policies sustain an open

and universally accessible platform

 for innovation, creativity, and economic opportunity.

The Internet Society has a prominent function in Internet governance discussions, including significant involvement in the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) and Internet Governance Forum (IGF).

Under the category of education, the Internet Society pursues its goals by coordinating and delivering hands-on technical training, seminars and conferences on topical Internet issues; supporting local and regional

Internet organisations;

issuing briefings and white papers on Internet technologies; and funding participation opportunities for Internet experts in developing countries.

The Internet Society also encourages innovation and fresh thinking by providing grants and rewards to relevant initiatives and outreach efforts that address the humanitarian, educational and societal

contexts of online connectivity.

The Internet Society is the parent company for the Public Interest Registry, which manages the .ORG top-level domain.



ISoc has joint offices in Reston, Virginia, United States and Geneva, Switzerland. It has also established "Regional Bureaus" for Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, North America and Europe.

The Internet Society helped organize World IPv6 Day, which gathered companies such as Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Akamai Technologies and Limelight Networks as well as ISPs to raise awareness of IPv6

issues such as fragmentation