ICANN Board Selects
New .org Registry Operator
Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Board of Directors
voted 11 to 1 (with three abstentions) today to select the proposal
submitted by the Internet Society (ISOC) for a new registry operator
of the [ Read
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Mauritian government to promote Mauritius as a Cyber Island and make
the Mauritian public ready for this event the Internet Society of
Mauritius has partnered with Visual Soft UK Ltd to provide low cost
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Global Competiveness Report 2001 - 2002 extract on Mauritius.
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