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Measuring Damage on the Internet

Alun Davies

In the first episode of the RIPE Labs podcast, Emile Aben shares his views on the importance of efforts to keep the Internet 'lit' by turning data from such sources as RIPE Atlas and RIPE RIS into visualisations that can help network operators understand what's going on when parts of the Internet g…

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RIPE NCC Services Survey and Testing Results

Rehan Syed Muhammad

Our work on improving the user interfaces for our services continues. And as always, we're keen to find out what you think. In this article, we look over the recent feedback users have shared with us and how we're working to transform their suggestions into tangible improvements.

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Bias in Internet Measurement Infrastructure

Pavlos Sermpezis

This article aims to raise awareness about bias in the Internet measurement infrastructure; e.g., RIPE Atlas, RIPE RIS. What is bias? Is the infrastructure biased? Is it a problem? The article discusses these issues and presents data that can help users to interpret or conduct measurements.

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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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The Resilience of the Internet in Ukraine

Emile Aben

We look at the structure of the Internet in Ukraine and how it may be helping the country stay connected.

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Internet Network Shutdowns in Russia

Stéphane Bortzmeyer

There have been several calls for Russian Internet networks to be shut down in one way or another and announcements that Russia is going to make such cuts. In this article, Stéphane Bortzmeyer explores the issue from a technical point of view.

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The Ukrainian Internet

Emile Aben

We are looking closely at what RIPE Atlas and RIPE RIS have to tell us about the state of the Ukrainian Internet. Initial observations indicate that Internet infrastructure in the country is continuing to function as the conflict unfolds.

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The Information Controls Fellowship Program

Corinne Cath

The Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP) from the Open Technology Fund (OTF) supports examination of Internet shutdowns and other events that restrict the free flow of information over the Internet. With the call for the fellowship open until 13 March, OTF is calling on individuals within…

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PeeringDB’s 2021 User Survey Results and 2022 Product Roadmap

Leo Vegoda

Last September we asked you for input so we could use it to guide our product roadmap for 2022. Last month we shared an update on what we delivered in 2021. Today, we're sharing what you told us through the survey and how we’ll be improving PeeringDB and your experience of it in 2022.

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Dishing up Krill

Tim Bruijnzeels

Making sure that your RPKI Repository is available 24/7 can be a challenge. Krillsync - a tool developed at NLnet Labs specifically to help synchronise RRDP content - is here to help. In this article, find out about challenges in scaling up an RPKI Repository, what prompted Repository operators to …

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