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Local Language Support

Class Title: 1.2 Local Language Support  

Class Description:

 1.1 Title: Internationalized Domain Names Technologies and Policy Development

    1.2 Class overview

            This course focuses on IDN (internalized domain names) technological design and policy implications 
            for private and public, sub-national, national, and international actors and entities.

    1.3 Content

            DNS
            IDN
            IDN label generation rules for  root zone
            Email address internationalization (EAI)
            Universal acceptance
            Multiligual Internet improves sustainable development


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Speaker's Bio: 

Kenny Huang is the leading figure of the Internet communities in Asia. Since the early years of Taiwan’s Internet development, he contributed a great deal to build up a better Internet environment in Taiwan. Because of his tremendous knowledge and experience, he has been invited to take up leading roles in many Internet technology and policy organizations, including APNIC Executive Council member, APNIC Policy SIG Chair, Address Council member of ICANN ASO, Board Director of PIR (.org gTLD), Board Director of TWNIC (NIR & .tw ccTLD), Chair of TWNIC International Affair Committee, Board Director of MINC (Multilingual Internet Consortium), Advisory Council of dot Asia (.asia gTLD), New gTLD Review Group of ICANN, Founder of APAN TW, Board Director of ISOC Taipei and Executive Advisor of TWIA.

Kenny Huang’s contributions have been acknowledged especially in the development of Internet technology. He is the co-author of RFC3743 of the IETF, the Co-Chair of JET (Joint Engineering Team, formed by JPNIC, KRNIC, CNNIC, TWNIC), Advisor of CDNC (Chinese Domain Name Consortium). Dr. Huang is working closely with government departments in developing technology policies. He is Taiwan e-Government Committee member, Taiwan Government Organization & IT Reform Committee member, principal investigator of Government IPv6 Policy, project leader of Taiwan Future Internet Policy, and Chief Advisor of dot Taipei gTLD Program.

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