International Interactive Communications Society (IICS)
1983, as Interactive Video Association. Current name adopted 1985. Incorporated in the State of California (USA), 1987. Ceased to exist, Dec 2000, when absorbed by Association of Internet Professionals (AIP).
Promote the use of interactive communications in business, industry, education, the public sector, in consumer applications, and the arts; encourage the development of standards; facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among professionals in the field of interactive communications; pool information and research on the use of interactive communications; increase the skills, knowledge, and professional standards of its members; provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of new products, systems, and ideas.Available with paid subscription only.
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