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Our View on the Upcoming Digital Services Act by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 07 Sep, 2020 05:38 PM

The European Commission is expected to put forward its proposal for the upcoming Digital Services Act by the end of 2020, and is currently holding an open consultation to gather feedback from the Internet community and all affected stakeholders.

Your EU Regulation Update: May 2020 Edition by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 22 Oct, 2020 04:44 PM

This is the fourth in an ongoing series in which we give a brief overview of the most pertinent digital policies currently being proposed, debated and implemented in the European Union.

Our Response to the UN High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation Report by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 06 Dec, 2019 03:17 PM

In July 2018, the UN Secretary-General convened a High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation, "to advance proposals to strengthen cooperation in the digital space among governments, the private sector, civil society, international organizations, academia, the technical community and other relevant stakeholders."

Your EU Regulation Update: May 2019 Edition by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 18 Nov, 2020 10:08 AM

In recent years, there’s been a trend towards increased EU regulation with the potential to impact more actors across the Internet landscape. This is the second in an ongoing series in which we give a brief overview of the most pertinent policies currently being proposed, debated and implemented in the European Union.

How EU Regulation Affects You by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 14 May, 2019 10:37 AM

In recent years, there’s been a trend towards increased EU regulation with the potential to impact more actors across the Internet landscape. Here, we give a brief overview of the most pertinent policies currently being proposed, debated and implemented in the European Union.

IPv4-only RIPE Atlas Anchors Now Supported by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:54 AM

Until now, native IPv4 and IPv6 has been one of the conditions of hosting a RIPE Atlas anchor. However, we realise that IPv6 simply isn't available in some would-be anchor hosts' ASNs. As a result, we've decided to support IPv4-only anchors.

New RIPE Atlas APIs by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:56 AM

We've updated the RIPE Atlas APIs - and there's a comprehensive new manual to explain how to use them. As a result, the current (version 1) APIs are still available for now, but will be deprecated by the end of the year.

RIPE Atlas Update: DNSMON Code Available, LatencyMON Comparisons, New Credit Sharing and More by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 09:01 AM

In the past few months, we've added some new features and functionality to RIPE Atlas, including making the DNSMON code available on GitHub for personal use, displaying IPv4 vs IPv6 comparisons in LatencyMON, new credit sharing options, and new limits on probes per measurement and results per day. Learn more about the latest updates - and don't forget to tell us what you think.

RIPE Atlas Interface Hackathon by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 01 Feb, 2017 07:32 PM

The RIPE Atlas Interface Hackathon is an opportunity to work together with RIPE Atlas developers and other enthusiastic coders and hackers. The hackathon will take place from 21-22 May in Copenhagen ahead of the RIPE 72 Meeting. Find out how you can take part!

The Revamped RIPE Atlas Website by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 09:00 AM

RIPE Atlas has been in operation for more than five years now, and its network of probes and users has grown tremendously in that time. We’ve also added anchors, sponsors and ambassadors to the system, developed a huge array of new tools, visualisations and features, and RIPE Atlas data is now being used by network operators, engineers and researchers around the world. As a result, we thought it was time to revamp the RIPE Atlas website, which hadn’t changed much over the past five years despite all the changes to RIPE Atlas itself. Get an overview of some of the biggest changes and new features - then check out the new site, which launches today!

RIPE Atlas Year in Review 2015 by Vesna Manojlovic — last modified 01 Dec, 2016 12:33 AM

RIPE Atlas had another successful year in 2015, thanks in large part to all our users, hosts, sponsors, ambassadors and other community members. Here we take a look back at some of the achievements we reached together, the new features we implemented, key facts and figures - and offer a sneak peek of what you can expect in 2016.

RIPE Atlas WiFi Measurements - Part 2 by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 30 Nov, 2016 10:10 PM

A little while ago, we asked what you thought about the idea of conducting WiFi measurements in RIPE Atlas. After some consideration and community feedback, we now want to propose a way to implement this feature in RIPE Atlas and clarify exactly how these measurements will benefit the RIPE Atlas community.

Exploring the Idea of RIPE Atlas Virtual Probes by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:56 AM

The concept of virtual probes is one that RIPE Atlas users have asked about for quite some time. Although we don't plan to make virtual probes available in 2016, we do plan to investigate this idea and develop some prototypes.

RIPE Atlas: DomainMON is Here by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:56 AM

A few weeks ago we gave you a heads up about a new visualisation tool in RIPE Atlas called DomainMON, and we're pleased to announce that this is now available for all RIPE Atlas users with available credits.

RIPE Atlas WiFi Measurements by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:56 AM

We're thinking about implementing WiFi measurements in RIPE Atlas, and we want to know what you think. There are several different ways we could do this - find out more below and then take our poll to make your voice heard!

RIPE Atlas Time Travel Is Here by Suzanne Taylor — last modified 24 Jul, 2017 10:20 AM

RIPE Atlas users can now travel back in time to access all of the historical data collected by RIPE Atlas. This data is now visualised with the new "time travel" feature, available for both Internet maps and measurement results. Here we explain how to make the most of this new feature to visualise changes to infrastructure, interesting network events and more.