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What Is NIS2 and Why Is It Important?

What Is NIS2 and Why Is It Important?

Fredrik Lindeberg

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With NIS2 soon coming into force, Fredrik Lindeberg looks at the key points of the new directive, the relationship between process and operational security and what actions you should take now.

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Bert Hubert: Internet Privacy and the Cost of Losing Control

Bert Hubert: Internet Privacy and the Cost of Losing Control

Alun Davies

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Internet users, the companies who sell us our devices, and governments are all caught up in the struggle for online privacy. In this episode, Bert Hubert explains how outsourcing and other market forces determine the flow of control over personal data and why we need to understand the consequences.

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Building a Stable Future for the RIPE NCC

Building a Stable Future for the RIPE NCC

Remco van Mook

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The RIPE NCC’s mission to support a free, open and global Internet is becoming increasingly demanding. This is raising costs at a time when there is less agreement on how they should be distributed. We need to agree on a roadmap for the decades ahead so the RIPE NCC remains stable and fit for the m…

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Advancing Internet Technologies in South East Europe

Advancing Internet Technologies in South East Europe

Qasim Lone

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On 22-23 April, the South East Europe Internet community will come together in Athens, Greece, to explore trends in the adoption of Internet technologies across the region. In preparation for the discussions to take place, we’ve been examining changes in key Internet tech, such as IPv6 and RPKI.

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Criteria for the Accreditation of Regional Internet Registries

Criteria for the Accreditation of Regional Internet Registries

Athina Fragkouli

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ICP-2 - a document spelling out criteria for the establishment of new RIRs - was published all the way back in 2001. And while the requirements it lays out remain applicable to all RIRs, more recent events have revealed missing pieces that it's up to the community to fill in.

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Internet Sanctions on Russian Media: Diverging Actions and Mixed Effects

Internet Sanctions on Russian Media: Diverging Actions and Mixed Effects

Moritz Müller

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EU sanctions on Russian controlled content require ISPs in member states to block access to websites. But our research reveals that their implementation varies widely, both between and within individual EU member states, raising important questions about their effectiveness.

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Making the Case for a Multistakeholder Approach

Making the Case for a Multistakeholder Approach

Chris Buckridge

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Open, inclusive, and bottom-up may seem natural to those of us in the Internet technical community, but making the case for keeping Internet governance that way is an ongoing challenge.

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As the Balance of Security Controls Shifts, Where Does Responsibility Rest?

As the Balance of Security Controls Shifts, Where Does Responsibility Rest?

Kathleen Moriarty

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Ongoing debates on encryption and privacy highlight the complex dance between industry standards and policy. The outcome of these security and surveillance tussles remains open, reflecting the evolving relationship between technology and governance.

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Unlocking Digital Growth: The Role of IXPs in the Middle East

Unlocking Digital Growth: The Role of IXPs in the Middle East

Jad El Cham

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What does it take for an IXP to be successful? What requirements are these crucial bits of Internet infrastructure meant to fulfil? Do any of these questions have one-size-fits-all answers? A new report from the RIPE NCC explores all of the above and more in the context of Middle East IXPs.

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Computing Within Limits 2023

Computing Within Limits 2023

Vesna Manojlovic

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My goal in this article is to inform technical communities of the research presented at the LIMITS conference, and to invite those who work at the intersection of sustainable technology and climate justice to join RIPE and the IETF.

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