On August 17, Sergio Salinas Porto, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Latin American and Caribbean Islands Regional At-Large Organization (LACRALO) released the results of the election of a new member to the board of directors of LACRALO.
Obed Sindy, president of the Internet Society (ISOC – Haiti) was elected with 74.31% of the vote. He will take office in October 2020.
For Max Larson Henry, President of the Association for the Development of Information and Communication Technologies of Haiti (AHTIC), this is a great achievement not only for him but especially for the local community of Haiti. Internet in Haiti.
Let us recall that LACRALO, a regional entity of the Society for the allocation of domain names and numbers [adresse IP] on the Internet (ICANN) of 59 organizations and 22 countries as well as 11 observers which includes the ALS (At-Large Structure) of Latin America and the Caribbean, accredited by the ALAC (At-Large Advisory Committee).
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ICANN is a regulatory authority for the 'Internet, a not-for-profit corporation incorporated under California law, whose primary functions are to administer the digital resources of the Internet, such as IP addressing, to provide system management functions. DNS root servers and manage the top level domain name system (generic and national). Services originally provided under contract to the United States Federal Government by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and other agencies.