Nominet, the UK's internet domain registrar, today announced a shortlist for its annual best-practice challenge.
The competition aims to encourage firms to make the internet a secure, open, accessible and diverse experience for all.
Alun Michael, MP, chairs a 12-strong panel of judges from the Confederation of British Industry, the British Computer Society, Bebo, the Royal National Institute for the Blind and the Press Association, among others. The winners will be announced in London on 9 July.
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The shortlist is:
Best Development Project
Age Concern Edinburgh Information Technology (ACE IT)
Cambridgeshire Council's Community Access Points initiative
Citizens Online - EverybodyOnline
Solihull community housing and CI-Net
Best Security Initiative
Business Crime Reduction Centre
Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
Raising Industry Standards
Internet Watch Foundation
Personal Safety Online
Get Safe Online
Information Security Awareness Forum
Internet For All
British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB)
Common Knowledge (CKUK)
Blitz IT Hub
Bristol City Council
Open University - OpenLearn
University of Kent - Greenfoot