“Internet shutdowns have been massively underreported or misreported over the years,” said Alp Toker, founder of internet monitoring organization Netblocks. The world is “starting to realize what’s happening,” as documenting efforts like his expand, he said. The list doesn’t include places like China and North Korea, where the government tightly controls or restricts the internet.
And remember the newly announced BIG SURPRISE! In an effort to activate and foster greater interaction within our neighborhoods, we are hoping to award two eligible neighborhood areas a $2000 grant. A city staff team will work with the neighborhood to identify, design, and plan. As your day begins at the conference, you can enter your neighborhood into the pool of eligible Madison neighborhoods.
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