How the IWF Successfully Curbs Online Abuse and What Non-Profits Can Do to Help

How the IWF Successfully Curbs Online Abuse and What Non-Profits Can Do to Help

This is a guest blog co-authored by Michael Tunks, IWF Policy and Public Affairs Manager, and Jenny Thornton, IWF International Development Manager

At the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), we are in the unique and privileged position of being able to …

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What Is All the Hype Around HTTPS?

What Is All the Hype Around HTTPS?

Helping to Secure Humanitarian Aid Organisations Online

By Matthew Marks, Technical Director, Public Interest Registry

In times of need, humanitarian organisations are increasingly turning to the speed and efficiency of online channels to share their message and mobilize support. Recently, …

Posted on August 30th, by gray in NGO, Nonprofit, Security, Technology.
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Rebuilding After Disaster

Rebuilding After Disaster

How Collaboration Jumpstarted Rebuilding Efforts on St. John Island After the 2017 Hurricane Season

By Tony Connor, Director of Marketing, Public Interest Registry

No matter the amount of forethought or planning, the impact of a natural disaster just can’t be …

Posted on July 12th, by gray in #OrgInAction, NGO, Nonprofit.
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Safeguarding Contributions – Help Those Who Truly Need It

Safeguarding Contributions – Help Those Who Truly Need It

When natural disasters strike our neighboring countries, it’s of no surprise that we rally together to do what we can to assist them with rebuilding. From hurricanes and tsunamis to volcanic eruptions and tornadoes, opening our hearts to those in …

Posted on June 5th, by mruffin in News, Privacy, Security.
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Why Public Interest Registry Continues to Push for Global Internet Access

Why Public Interest Registry Continues to Push for Global Internet Access

By Brian Cute, CEO of Public Interest Registry

It can be easy to forget that there are many people in this world without access to the internet. The digital divide is, in fact, vast. I recently came across a UNICEF …

Posted on March 13th, by gray in Children, Internet, NGO, Nonprofit.
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NGOs and Data Security: The Pros & Cons of Using Social Media as your Primary Web Presence

NGOs and Data Security: The Pros & Cons of Using Social Media as your Primary Web Presence

Written by Paul Diaz, VP of Policy, Public Interest Registry

This post is part of a Public Interest Registry series called “NGOs and Data Security” aimed at providing educational insights to noncommercial internet users around different data and information security

Posted on February 21st, by gray in Internet, NGO, Nonprofit, Security, Social Media.
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#ORGinAction Social Contest: Winner Announced!

#ORGinAction Social Contest: Winner Announced!

By Brian Cute, CEO, Public Interest Registry

When we launched the #ORGinAction Contest in December, we were excited to see how organisations using the .org domain would showcase ways they are active in their local communities. It turns out that …

Posted on January 19th, by gray in #OrgInAction, Contest, Nonprofit.
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NGOs and Data Security: Best Practices for Data Breach Prevention

NGOs and Data Security: Best Practices for Data Breach Prevention

Written by Paul Diaz, VP of Policy, Public Interest Registry

This post is part of a Public Interest Registry series called “NGOs and Data Security” and is aimed at providing educational insight to noncommercial internet users around different data and


Hope For Limpopo Awarded $10,000 in #CashForGood Contest

Congratulations to the winner of the #CashForGood contest: Hope For Limpopo!

Hope for Limpopo Dance Performance with the children and the teachers at the Vhutshilo Mountain School in Venda, South Africa.

About the Contest

We asked NGOs to share …

Upcoming #NGOtech Webinar: 22 Blogging Best Practices for NGOs

Upcoming #NGOtech Webinar: 22 Blogging Best Practices for NGOs

Looking for great tips on blogging for your NGO or nonprofit? Join us next with Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good for our third #NGOtech webinar! Please note the adjusted time; this webinar will take place at 10am …

Posted on February 2nd, by Laura Bentz in Media, Nonprofit, Technology, Tools.
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