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- Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce: Created by Congress to produce recommendations on electronic commerce and tax policy, critical information age issues with global implications.
- American Registry for Internet Numbers: ARIN is the regional registry of IP and ASN numbers for North America, South America, the Caribbean, and sub-Saharan Africa.
- Asia & Pacific Internet Association: Trade organization whose aim is to promote the region's economy through technical conferences, informative data compilation, and development of industry standards.
- Asian Pacific Network Information Center: Processes applications for IP address space within the Asia Pacific region. Has search engine for "whois" to see if domain name is already in use. Maintains mailing lists for the region.
- Association Electronique Libre: The AEL is a Belgian-based association whose main goal is finding and supporting non-proprietary software. Has mailing list to join.
- Association of Internet Researchers: Organization devoted to the study of the Internet and its various impacts from multidisciplinary fields. Academic based with listserv.
- Berglund Center for Internet Studies: Affiliated with Pacific University in Oregon, the Center offers fellowships for those who wish to study the impact of the Internet. Has online journal.
- Berkman Center for Internet and Society: A research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development.
- Center for Next Generation Internet: Industry-oriented organization concerned with promoting NGI technology. Has some Power Point presentations that are interesting and a page devoted to an analysis of the global trend of Internet users. If you are not a member don't click on the members link because you will be trapped in a loop.
- Computer and Communications Industry Association: Association of computer product vendors and communications firms lobbying for free trade and open markets
- Consortiuminfo.org: The goal of this site is to provide broad and detailed source of information on the Internet regarding standard setting and consortia. Forming a consortium, branding, articles.
- Electronic Messaging Association: An inter-industry forum dedicated to advancing the use and usefulness of e-business and messaging.
- Global Information Infrastructure Commission: An initiative of the Center for Strategic and International Studies dedicated to privatizing or creating cooperative public and private enterprise to increase access to the Internet
- ICANN @Large Membership: The (future) website of the members of ICANN At-Large, the voting population that will control ICANN.
- ISOC - European co-ordination Council: Internet Society based in Europe. Internet related issues. Has links to news, newsgroups. Can become a member on site.
- Information Network: Home page of an association of individuals or organizations rallied around the theme ICT for Development.
- InterGov International: Provides Internet crime and scam reports and maintains sites related to Internet education, community, and security.
- International Association of Web Masters and Designers: Organization has site to submit your site for rating and to rate other sites. Has newsletter.
- Internet Assigned Numbers Authority: IANA controls numbers for protocols, the Country Code Top Level Domains and maintains the IP Address allotments.
- Internet Association of Pakistan: Provides home-based employment opportunities, e-commerce education, and coverage of Internet policy issues.
- Internet Brothers: Expanding web community by offering free tips and tutorials about HTML and DHTML, graphics editing, site promotion, digital photography, and desktop publishing. Presented often with a touch of humor, and always with examples.
- Internet Developer Group: Group based in California holds meetings and uses web site to explaining evolving Internet Technologies. Issues include: Security, Privacy, Searching, Bandwidth and alternative access media and devices.
- Internet Industry Association home page: The Internet Industry Association is Australia's national Internet industry organisation. Members include telecommunications carriers; content creators and publishers; web developers; e-commerce traders and solutions providers; hardware vendors; systems integrators; banks, insurance underwriters; Internet law firms, ISPs; educational and training institutions; Internet research analysts; and a range of other businesses providing professional and technical support services.
- Internet Organizations: America Online legal department list of Internet organizations with links.
- Internet Society Chapter of Luxembourg: Luxembourg, Belgium Chapter of ISOC
- Internet Society of England: Official Internet Society Chapter in England. Links to European Internet-related issues and news.
- Internet for everyone: Internet support organization in Slovakia, for everyone, news from Slovak telecommunications, protest for cheaper Internet in Slovak Republic. "Internet pre vsetkych"
- Irish Internet Association: Offers access to seminars, discussion forums, lobbying representation, and bi-monthly digests.
- Israel Internet Association: A forum for government, industry, and individuals to debate and formulate Israel Internet network policies and procedures, with a focus for development and evolution on Internet technology.
- Network Startup Resource Center: A non-profit organization which has been involved for over a decade in the deployment and integration of appropriate networking technology in projects throughout Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and Oceania.
- Next Generation Internet (NGI) Initiative: US government site about NGI. Has links to meetings, conferences, papers and possible applications of NGI. Not for a "newbie." Need prior knowledge of the subject to really understand. Some links are not updated. Has internal search engine.
- 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 help impact crucial Internet issues. Has mailing list.
- RFC Editor Homepage: The official RFC editing organization maintained by IANA. Website contains a fully searchable archive of all RFCs.
- The Commercial Internet Exchange Association: A trade association of internetwork service providers promoting internetworking on a global scale. Has list of and links to members and vendors
- The CreekBed Project: CreekBed.org is a "grass roots" organization of individuals who are enthusiastic about the internet and want to encourage the growth of informational, educational & non-commercial websites.
- The High Tech Broadband Coalition: The HTBC is an organization committed to working to ensure regulatory decisions that promote increased investment in broadband networks and technologies. The site includes HTBC filings, press releases, mission statement and member list.
- The Internet Engineering Task Force: Large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet. It is open to any interested individual.
- US Internet Industry Association: Provides education on Internet and technology issues, advocates effective public policy for the Internet, and offers its members essential business news, information, support, services, and access to an extensive legislative database.
- Union for Representative International Internet Cooperation and Analysis: An offshoot of People For Internet Responsibility (PFIR) working to promote an organization which will provide international direction and regulation for the Internet. Discussion Board.
- Virtual Volunteering Project: Encourages and assists in the development of online volunteering opportunities and experiences. Also provides resources to help service leaders use the Internet to manage all volunteers.
- Web Review: The W3C Web Site: This is a review of the World Wide Web Consortium web site, from the ACM Crossroads Winter 1999 issue.
- Wise-Women: This site is a `resource` for female (and male) web designers, developers and programmers, featuring tips and tutorials on a variety of Web related subjects. Features several mailing lists including one for Java script.
- Women Designers Group: An all encompassing site for women involved in web site development, from design to programming. Has news, jobs, tutorials for web designers. Can join mailing list.
- juice: A community of communications and computing professionals. Tutorials and Resources for web developers and internet publishers.
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