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IPv6 Policy Is a Community Self-Governance Success Story

Leo Vegoda

Based in Los Angeles

IPv6 policy has gone through many refinements since it was first adopted by the RIRs 20 years ago. Is it time for a more significant change? Join the RIPE Address Policy Working Group in conversation on the next phase of IPv6 policy.

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