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July 3, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:19pm

INTERNET SOCIETY ELECTS 5 NEW MEMBERS AT ANNUAL CONFERENCE

By CBR Staff Writer

The Internet Society, the body which drives the development of internet standards, has, elected five new members at its annual conference in Kuala Lumpur. John Gilmore, involved in the foundation of Sun Microsystems Inc and the Electronic Frontier foundation, Dr. Jose Luis Pardos, the Spanish Ambassador to Denmark, Ben M. Segal who was responsible for high speed network services at CERN, Christine Maxwell co-founder of the Magellan online directory and Jan Murai professor of the faculty of Environmental Information at Keio University, Tokyo. The Internet Society was founded in 1992 and now charters the Internet Engineering Task Force, the Internet Engineering Steering Group, and the Internet Architecture Board, groups responsible for developing the internet’s technical underpinnings.

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