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Changing the Internet

Marco Hogewoning

I recently had the opportunity to speak at a (virtual) event organised to celebrate the 25th birthday of the Moscow Internet Exchange. A great moment to look back at how the Internet has changed, and an even better one to discuss how best to handle changes yet to come. Here are the thoughts that fo…

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IGF 2020 Liveblog

Gergana Petrova

The 15th annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) will be taking place online from 9-17 November with pre-events happening from 2-6 November. Our staff will be sharing key moments and takeaways from the sessions they attend. Check this page each day for the latest issues, arguments and…

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Russia Regulatory Update

Maxim Burtikov

This is the first in a series of updates on Russian Internet regulation where we’ll be bringing you a brief overview of the most pertinent digital policies currently being proposed, debated and implemented in Russia. While we’re not aiming to give a complete overview of all of the existing legislat…

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Update on WTSA-20 Preparations and New IP

Marco Hogewoning

As planning for the next World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA-20) continues, proposals around New IP and challenges from COVID-19 continue to draw focus.

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An Update on Developments with DNS-over-HTTPS

Andrew Campling

DNS-over-HTTPs (DoH) has come a long way, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Here's an update from Andrew Campling on developments in DoH.

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Your EU Regulation Update: October 2020 Edition

Suzanne Taylor

This is the fifth 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.

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Invitation to IGF Dynamic Coalition on Internet Standards, Security and Safety

Wout de Natris

The DC-ISSS will be announced at the IGF 2020 and has a clear goal: to stimulate more rapid deployment of Internet standards and ICT best practices leading to a safer and more secure (use of the) Internet. This post is an invitation to experts to join the Working Groups and efforts ahead.

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A Look Into the Tor Network Work on Supporting IPv6

Gaba Rodriguez

The Tor project received support from the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund 2019. In this article we summarise the work that the Tor project did this year to implement IPv6 support across the network.

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SEEDIG 2020 Takeaways

Gergana Petrova

The 6th edition of SEEDIG, the Internet governance event for South East Europe, took place from 21 to 25 September 2020 online. Sessions covered governance challenges of the decentralised Internet, privacy and data protection, cybercrime and security of critical infrastructure, the interplay betwee…

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The Internet is for the Empowerment of End Users

Vesna Manojlovic

Vesna Manojlovic takes a look at the recently published RFC8890 and talks about why she's an advocate for technical communities working together with End Users on mutual empowerment.

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