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Protection for Intermediaries Is Vital for the Internet in Mexico

We often overlook the factors that enable the Internet to accommodate a wide range of applications, from real-time surgeries to viral memes, and individual expression. Some of those factors are technical and some are policy. A critical policy issue that has shaped the evolution of the Internet is the question: should websites and other online services be held liable for content that users post? Should those sites be allowed to

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Armenian Internet Exchange Project

Starting up the Armenian Internet Exchange project Armenian Internet Traffic Exchange “Armix” Foundation in collaboration with Web LLC, Internet Society AM, Union of Information Technology Enterprises is implementing “Starting up ...
Internet2DNSSECSIG
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Internet2 DNSSEC Special Interest Group (SIG) Provides Forum for Research/Education Community

Are you are member of the research or education community interested in connecting with others who are implementing DNSSEC? Or are you interested in monitoring what is happening within the ...
FedoraProject
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Fedora Project Requesting Testers of DNSSEC-Trigger

Want to help out a Linux project with DNSSEC? In a recent message to the Fedora Project developers list, Paul Wouters from Red Hat asked for people to help test ...
NetworkWorld
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Network World Reports on IPv6 Week and World IPv6 Launch – Encourages Participation

Over on Network World in their "Core Networking and Security" area, Scott Hogg recently published a great piece about IPv6 Week and World IPv6 week. He starts out talking about ...
Deploy360 Stickers and Pens
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Deploy360 Stickers and Pens!

Working remotely, I was delighted to receive a package recently from my colleague Megan down in our Reston, VA, office that was full of Deploy360 stickers and pens!  One Deploy360 ...
MS DNSSEC Deployment Guide
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Want to Deploy DNSSEC on Microsoft Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2?

Do you operate a Microsoft Windows server infrastructure and would like to know how to implement DNSSEC? If so, Microsoft published a "DNSSEC Deployment Guide" to help administrators of Windows ...
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3 IETF Mailing Lists To Follow For Monitoring DNSSEC

Would you like to monitor the ongoing evolution of IETF standards related to DNSSEC?  If so, here are 3 IETF working group mailing lists you may consider joining.  All lists ...
Slides: The Case For IPv6-Only Data Centers
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Slides: The Case For IPv6-Only Data Centers

Why don't we just skip dual-stack and other transition technologies and jump straight to IPv6-only data centers that use a gateway/proxy server to service IPv4 requests? That's the fundamental question ...