APrIGF Macao 2015

Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) is one of the key regional initiatives on Internet governance which provides an open platform for multi-stakeholders to discuss and identify issues and priorities, and ultimately advances the development of Internet governance in the Asia Pacific region as well as bring forward and contribute to the wider global Internet community.

Our community has grown significantly since initiated in 2010 and we are now bringing together over 300 multi-stakeholders across the region every year to advance the Internet governance development. In addition, our effort in engaging the next generation on the Internet governance discussions is also well recognised with the Youth IGF being held in parallel.

APrIGF 2015 will be held from 30 June to 3 July at the Macau University of Science & Technology, Macao, hosted by HNET.Asia – the registry for the “.mo” ccTLD of Macau – and by the Macau High Technology Industry Chamber. It will be held in conjunction with an annual local telecommunications event, CommunicMacau Expo, from 3 to 5 July 2015.

With the many recent developments of the Internet such as the IANA stewardship transition and the discussion of post-2015 development agenda, etc, APrIGF 2015 will definitely be the good platform for all these important discussions.

For more information about the past activities of APrIGF, please visit http://aprigf.asia.

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About HNET Asia Limited, the Operation Company of MONIC

The registry for the Macao domain name is operated by the Macao Network Information Center (MONIC).

In operation since 1992, MONIC administrates the registration of the country-code domain names (ccTLD). Its objective is mainly to provide registration and administration of Internet domain names for the Macao community.

HNET Asia Limited is a joint venture of HN Group and DotAsia Organisation. With strong local commitments and understanding from the HN Group, coupled with the international and industry expertise of the DotAsia Organisation, the HNET Asia Limited is uniquely positioned to deliver on the promise of developing the .MO registry into a world class registry that speaks to the people of Macao.