We’ve changed to a different voting platform for the upcoming RIPE NCC General Meeting. In this article, we take a look at the provider we’ve chosen, the reason behind the change, improvements this brings, and bumps in the road.
Vincentas Grinius is a business-driven professional with over 15+ years of network, infrastructure and internet policy experience. As a CEO at IPXO, the world’s first fully automated IP address lease and monetization platform, Grinius focuses on helping address complex network management issues and the global IPv4 shortage.
Since the exhaustion of the IPv4 address pool, companies across the globe heavily rely on IPv4 transfer and lease markets. Unfortunately, transferred IP address blocks are far more likely to be blocklisted due to IP address abuse. But while abuse negatively affects IP address reputation, the risks …
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Dr. Farzaneh Badiei is the founder of Digital Medusa, an initiative that focuses on protecting the core values of our global digital space with sound governance. For the past decade, Dr Badiei has directed and led projects about Internet and social media governance.She has undertaken research at Yale Law School, Georgia Institute of Technology and the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin. Her focus is on governance issues related to Internet infrastructure and social media platforms.
In a project funded by the RIPE NCC, Digital Medusa is undertaking research into the impact economic sanctions have on access to the Internet.
Heading into this year’s Internet Governance Forum, the issue of Internet fragmentation is again high on the agenda.
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…
Since the war in Ukraine escalated, people have raised concerns about the risk of illegitimate registry update requests being submitted to the RIPE NCC. In this article, we explain what we have been doing to minimise this risk so far and look at some additional measures we could implement.
We’re launching a new forum and the idea behind it is very simple – we want it to be easier for you to talk to us, and to each other.
Ondřej Filip succeeded Christian Kaufmann as RIPE NCC Executive Board Chair in September. We caught up with him to talk about his involvement with the RIPE NCC and ask him questions about his new role.
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.
I am a research engineer in the R&D department at RIPE NCC. I am interested in internet measurements, internet outages, data analysis, and cybersecurity. Prior to joining RIPE NCC, I defended my Ph.D. in cyber-security at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands.
In this article we use data from RIPE Atlas probes to investigate the usage of 240/4, a block of IPv4 addresses 'reserved for future use', formally known as Class E in the wild.