The purpose of this 63 page discussion paper is to examine “both sides of the net neutrality debate within the context of Trinidad and Tobago and proposes guiding principles and recommendations for net neutrality. The paper considers to what extent net neutrality regulation is desirable in an era of growing OTT applications and services, and proposes policy positions to this effect.”
Furthermore, the objectives of this paper are to:
i. explore the nature of OTT services as they relate to voice, media and messaging.
ii. present the key principles underlying both sides of the net neutrality debate.
iii. examine the policy issues relating to net neutrality and OTT services.
iv. propose guiding principles for net neutrality in Trinidad and Tobago.
v. make recommendations for the regulation of net neutrality and OTTs in Trinidad and Tobago.
IG101 will be an interactive session that introduces the key concepts, organisations and perspectives on Internet Governance, with content that will be sure to engage stakeholders from academic, business, legal, technical and other backgrounds. The IG101 event follows from the 2018 Trinidad and Tobago Internet Governance Forum (TTIGF), and in response to TTIGF participant feedback
The event is free, however space is limited. To confirm your attendance, visit the TTMAG IG101 Eventbrite page to register online. Persons that register will be sent preparatory material for the IG101 event.
Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society Lime [Discussion paper on Android boxes] on **Wednesday ** July 4 2018 from 7 to 9:30 pm; please RSVP!
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Socierty will be having a lime on Wednesday July 4th 2018 from 7pm to 9:30 pm at Wendy’s Cafe located upstairs at Wendy’s Restaurant at the corner of Ana Street & Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook, Port of Spain.
The objectives of this Dicussion Paper are to:
1. Introduce the concept of Android boxes, and their nature and prevalence within the Trinidad and Tobago market.
2. Assess the impact of Android boxes in Trinidad and Tobago from the service provider’s perspective.
3. Assess the impact of Android boxes in Trinidad and Tobago from the consumer’s perspective.
4. Present other countries’ approaches to the issue, especially with respect to its legality.
5. Identify the legislative remit of the Authority in addressing any issues related to Android boxes.
6. Present possible solutions and recommendations that may be undertaken by the Authority.
Following the updates to TTCS OSSWIN online, the TTCS OSSWIN v2.20, a collection of the latest version of Free and Open Source Software for Microsoft Windows 10/8/7 is available for download.
Visit the TTCS OSSWIN page at https://www.ttcs.tt/osswin for more details and to download the 4GB collection as an ISO file for extracting to your harddrive or USB storage device or for burning on to a DVD.
Note that you can also browse TTCS OSSWIN online at http://ttcsosswin.ttcs.tt/ which features the web interface to learn about Free and Open Source programs in various categories, including screenshots or videos of the programs and a link to the program’s website where you can download the program. The web based UI is responsive, meaning it should be usable on non-Windows small screen mobile phones and tablets.