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01/03/2017
Around 600 visitors have registered for DIDS 2017, the eighth annual conference on the development of the Internet globally and on the .RS and .СРБ domains in Serbia. Serbian Internet Domain Day this year will be held 7th and 8th March, under the slogan “The...
24/02/2017
Issue 32 of the RNIDS Info corporate newsletter brings an overview of events at RNIDS and in the local and global Internet community in the last quarter of 2016. After the regular session of the Conference of Co-founders, a special award ceremony was held to mark the tenth anniversary of...
23/02/2017
This year’s DIDS 2017, organised by RNIDS on 7th March at the Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade, will try to shed light on the machinery we know as the Internet search engine, which many equate with Google. The second block, of this, the largest...
18/02/2017
The eighth conference on the Internet in Serbia – DIDS 2017 – will be held on 7th and 8th March at the Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade, organised by RNIDS. The motto of this year’s DIDS, Internet Search Secrets: Search, Find, Visit, also...
15/02/2017
The largest free-of-charge Internet conference in Serbia, DIDS 2017, will be held on 7th and 8th March at the Metropol Palace Hotel, organised now for the eighth time by the Serbian National Internet Domain Registry Foundation (RNIDS), which administers the...
08/02/2017
RNIDS would like to notify users of Serbian national domains and members of the public that on 5th February 2017, between 01:49 and 04:35 hours CET there was a security incident involving the registrar Ninet. During this incident, unauthorised access was gained to Ninet’s systems, following...
06/02/2017
Use of the Cyrillic script in everyday communication – and therefore online too – is not, as some would have it, a nationalist statement, it is a sign of respect for one’s language, just as nations all around the world value their identity. This sentence summarises the Cyribusters 2 panel...
25/01/2017
A serious form of cyber-crime prevalent today is one in which criminals take over control of domain names or change their registration data. This results in online services becoming unavailable or in users being redirected to services controlled by the attacker. RNIDS is currently the only...

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