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EuroDIG 2022 Live Blog

Gergana Petrova

EuroDIG 2022 is happening this week. With sessions looking into digital sovereignty and identity, the multistakeholder model of Internet governance, cybersecurity, and much more, RIPE NCC staff will be live-blogging the event right here on RIPE Labs. Stay tuned for updates!

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A Special RIPE NCC Country Report: IPv6 in Sweden

Suzanne Taylor

We investigate the state of IPv6 in Sweden in this special RIPE NCC Internet Country Report.

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RIPE NCC Internet Country Report: Bulgaria, Moldova and Romania

Suzanne Taylor

We take a comprehensive look at three different countries in southeastern Europe as the next in our series of RIPE NCC Internet Country Reports.

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Checking In On The Internet Governance Forum

Chris Buckridge

As preparations for the 2022 Internet Governance Forum gather momentum, MAG member Chris Buckridge checks in on the discussions and developments shaping this year’s event and the IGF ecosystem.

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The Russian Sovereign Internet and Number Resources

Alexander Isavnin

Russian Internet regulation has a relatively long history, with most changes having taken place in the last 10 years. In 2018, the so-called "Sovereign Internet" regulation was proposed. But only in 2021 did it really start to touch on Internet name and number resources. This article is about what …

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How Is Russia Connected To The Wider Internet?

Emile Aben

Speculation about Russia disconnecting or being disconnected from the wider Internet abounds. In this article, we look at the connectivity of the Russian Internet to the wider Internet and how this evolved around the Russian invasion into Ukraine and sanctions related around that.

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A More Robust Approach to Sanctions

Chris Buckridge

Recent events in Ukraine have spotlighted some fundamental questions about Internet governance and the use of state-imposed sanctions. This post frames the discussion in reference to one of the Internet's most enduring maxims.

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EU Sanctions and Our Russian Membership

Athina Fragkouli

After the recent adoption of EU sanctions against Russia, we’ve seen some confusion about our compliance. This article will briefly cover some of these issues and explain why the RIPE NCC is fully compliant with the latest EU sanctions.

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Sanctions, Global Internet Connectivity and Content Delivery Networks

Farzaneh Badiei

Sanctions that affect Internet traffic have been under-discussed for a long time. As a result, it's as yet unclear to what extent sanctions might affect Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and traffic destined for or coming from Russia. In order to help shed some light on the issue, this article takes…

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eIDAS 2.0 - A Risk to the Global Website Security Ecosystem

Owen Bennett

Upcoming EU legislation could undermine years of progress in cybersecurity, and weaken our first line of defence against cybercrime and malicious network interference.

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