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Open-Source Software vs. the Proposed Cyber Resilience Act

Maarten Aertsen

The team over at NLnet Labs is closely following a legislative proposal by the European Commission affecting almost all hardware and software on the European market. The Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) intends to ensure cybersecurity of products with digital elements by laying down requirements and obli…

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The Internet in Central Asia

Anastasiya Pak

Although the state of the Internet in Central Asia is in some ways diverse across the region, certain shared geographical, political, and technical factors create unique challenges for local Internet communities. Ahead of the first Central Asia Peering and Interconnection Forum (CAPIF 1), we caught…

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Towards Climate Justice in Tech

Vesna Manojlovic

Here is a summary of four green tech events I’ve attended this autumn: SIGCAS, SDIA, B&B, CJxDR. Find out what process lead me to "Three Principles of Sustainable Tech Governance: Limitations, Reparations, Solidarity". At the end, there is a long list of upcoming events for you to join and contribu…

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RIPE - Coordination in the Space Between the Networks

Alun Davies

At start of the 90s, a small group of people came together to make sure that the numbering system that allows computers to connect with each other over the Internet would remain stable. One those people was Mirjam Kühne, now RIPE Chair. In this episode, Mirjam talks about the beginnings of the RIPE…

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RIPE NCC Engagement with Ukraine During the War

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, the RIPE NCC has been carrying out a number of initiatives to help keep the country’s Internet stable. In this article, we share information on these activities and what steps might be taken in the future.

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Reflections on the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2022

Suzanne Taylor

The ITU's most important meeting, the Plenipotentiary Conference, just wrapped up in Bucharest after three weeks of ceremony, intense negotiations, and elections for an all-new leadership team. Read on for some of the key takeaways for the Internet community.

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Towards a Sanctions Solution Space

Chris Buckridge

As the RIPE NCC manages its compliance with relevant sanctions, we are also looking at how to ensure that sanctions don't jeopardise the global Internet.

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Building Bridges Between Diverse Communities at RIPE 85

Vesna Manojlovic

In this article, I would like to encourage a diverse set of RIPE-adjacent communities to take part in RIPE 85. Please share and enjoy the grants, education, and inclusivity support provided and make use of opportunities to cross-connect your community to RIPE.

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The Elephant Effect - Considerations on Live Streaming Italy's Serie A Championship

Flavio Luciani

For the first time in Italy, a major event - the Serie A football championship - is being broadcast exclusively via the Internet. In this article, we share some considerations the phenomenon of streaming football in Italy, looking at things from the operator’s point of view

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Competition: Environmental Impact of Open-source (23 September 2022)

Max Schulze

The Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance e.V. (SDIA) and the German Environmental Protection Agency (UBA) invite the open-source community to spend an afternoon measuring and reducing the environmental impact of popular open-source libraries and tools. Together we hope to make a positive con…

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