Web Society (WebSoc)
1995-02 Graz Austria
Feb 1995, Graz (Austria). 1st General Assembly: 15 May 1995, Graz (Austria). Registered in accordance with Austrian law. Activities taken over by G-XG7253 - Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
Support general, widely accessible and disciplined use of the Internet and other wide area or metropolitan networks; strive to make use of the Net easier and more efficient by advocating development of standards and of open systems; support provision of index services, Net guides and other tools for Net navigation; represent users and protect against invasion of privacy while ensuring that authors of easily accessible material are readily identifiable.
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General Assembly. Executive Council, comprising President and 3 Vice-Presidents (for Standards, Public Matters and Finances). Other Officers: Secretary, 2 Arbitration; 2 Controllers and 2 Administration.
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