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Russia wants to cut itself off from the global internet. Here’s what that really means.
MIT Tech Review
In the News 25 March 2019

Russia wants to cut itself off from the global internet. Here’s what that really means.

MIT Technology Review
The Week in Internet News: Russia Moves Toward Test of Internet Disconnect
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Technology 25 March 2019

The Week in Internet News: Russia Moves Toward Test of Internet Disconnect

A separate Internet: The MIT Technology Review looks at the implications of Russia’s test to cut itself off from...

Internet Resilience Discussions at IETF 104
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IETF 22 March 2019

Internet Resilience Discussions at IETF 104

Let’s look at what’s happening in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the upcoming IETF 104 meeting in...

Coming Together for an All-Inclusive and Accessible Internet in South Asia
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Connecting the World 20 March 2019

Coming Together for an All-Inclusive and Accessible Internet in South Asia

Last year, at the Internet Society Asia-Pacific and Middle-East Chapters Meeting, I was introduced to the series of easily-digestible...

Join a Local IETF Viewing Hub in Africa
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IETF 20 March 2019

Join a Local IETF Viewing Hub in Africa

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the premier Internet standards body, developing open standards through processes to make the...

Concluding the IETF Rough Guide, Long Live the IETF Blog
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IETF 19 March 2019

Concluding the IETF Rough Guide, Long Live the IETF Blog

For many years we have produced a series of blog posts as a Rough Guide to each upcoming IETF...

The Week in Internet News: Four Visions of the Internet
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Technology 18 March 2019

The Week in Internet News: Four Visions of the Internet

Competing visions: The World Economic Forum’s blog looks at four competing visions of the Internet that it sees emerging....

Seeking Canadian Feedback: Draft Report on Securing the Internet of Things in Canada
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Internet of Things (IoT) 15 March 2019

Seeking Canadian Feedback: Draft Report on Securing the Internet of Things in Canada

Trying to remove cyber security risks from the growing world of connected things is not an easy task. That...

DNS Privacy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Improving Technical Security 15 March 2019

DNS Privacy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

We previously posted about how the DNS does not inherently employ any mechanisms to provide confidentiality for DNS transactions,...

Fact or Fiction? With IoT It’s Not Always Clear
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Internet of Things (IoT) 15 March 2019

Fact or Fiction? With IoT It’s Not Always Clear

Recently, owners of expensive smart shoes found themselves at loose ends. Unable to pair the shoes to their smart...

Introduction to DNS Privacy
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Improving Technical Security 14 March 2019

Introduction to DNS Privacy

Almost every time we use an Internet application, it starts with a DNS (Domain Name System) transaction to map...

IXDO Project: An Internet Exchange Point in the Dominican Republic
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Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) 13 March 2019

IXDO Project: An Internet Exchange Point in the Dominican Republic

For more than a decade, different organizations from civil society and the private sector have been involved in efforts...

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