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The 85th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) begins next week in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Over 1000 engineers, maybe as many as 1400 or more, from all around the...

1 year 23 weeks ago View original post.

Internet Society has released a paper today highlighting the importance of understanding what is important and unchanging about the Internet. From the paper: "As the Internet is increasingly important to everyday life, and more requirements are placed on it by a broader range of stakeholders, it is...

1 year 30 weeks ago View original post.

A new IETF draft has been published that specifies a new HTTP status code for legally restricted resources. That is, if the government restricts your access to the web page, return this code (similar to how something not found is a 404).

The error code: 451.

From the...

1 year 42 weeks ago View original post.

In a move to be celebrated by many of us with a VoIP background, the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced today the appointment of Henning Schulzrinne as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As the release indicates, Henning's role as CTO will be to:

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2 years 17 weeks ago View original post.

Some domains are too big to fail. Quite apart from the obvious ones like google.com and facebook.com, upon whose availability our everyday lives depends, there are many others upon which the infrastructure of the Internet (and much of the modern world itself) depends.

These are domains like w3.org and ietf.org, which host...

2 years 17 weeks ago View original post.

It is an open secret that the current state of IPv4 allocation contains many accidental historical imbalances and in particular developing countries who wish to use IPv4 are disadvantaged by the lack of addresses available through ordinary allocation and are forced into purchasing addresses on the open market. As most of the addresses for sale are held by organisations based in the...

2 years 23 weeks ago View original post.

In the efforts to promote the public interest over that of monied interests in Internet Governance few issues are clear cut. One issue that has recently been discussed is that of requiring a "needs assessment" when transferring IP addresss blocks from one organisation to another (in the same or different RIR regions) or indeed when...

2 years 31 weeks ago View original post.

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