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The Internet Society is focused on ensuring that a healthy, sustainable Internet is available to everyone – today and for the next billion users. Technology-focused programmes are a vital component of the Internet Society’s mission. We work to facilitate the open development of standards, protocols, administration, and to ensure a robust, secure technical infrastructure.
 
To the right are some of the Internet Society’s current technology topics - IPv6, DNSSEC, Internet Resilience & Stability, Networks & Trust, Open Internet Standards, Privacy & Identity, and Routing Security. Click on each for a brief overview of why we believe they are important, our current activities, and our latest related blogs and publications, or see them all below.

Recent Internet Technology Matters Blog Posts

RFC 7908, "Problem Definition and Classification of BGP Route Leaks," has been just published. While “route leak” was a known phenomenon, sometimes causing significant disruptions to Internet routing, it was a vague term meaning many things to many people. RFC 7908 provides a technical definition:
The Internet grew out of the networking research community and there remain tremendous synergies between the research community and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the world's premier Internet standards development organisation.
On Tuesday, 14 June, Chief Internet Technology Officer Olaf Kolkman gave a keynote presentation at TNC '16 on collaborative security and the Internet of Things.

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