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On 16 October 2017 at The George Washington University Cloyd Heck Marvin Center, Washington, D.C., IEEE will be holding an Internet Inclusion: Advancing Solutions (IIAS) event. At this full-day meeting, seven IIAS wo...
New: Diplo\'s and GIP\'s Tereza Horejsova will be present at the event and moderate the introductory session on the state of Internet inclusion (5 October 1.30 local time) The Institute of Electrical and Electron...