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RIPE NCC Launches New Initiatives at EuroDIG 2013

EuroDIG (the European Dialogue on Internet Governance) held its sixth meeting in Lisbon on 20-21 June 2013, attracting its largest ever audience of more than 600 registered attendees from government, business, civil society and the Internet technical community.

RIPE NCC Report on the ITU WTPF-13

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) held its fifth World Telecommunications/ICT Policy Forum (WTPF) in Geneva from 14-16 May 2013.

RIPE NCC Launches the RIPE Database Training Course

The RIPE NCC is launching the fourth course in its training portfolio, the RIPE Database Training Course.

RIPE NCC Hosts Brussels Roundtable Meeting for Governments and Regulators

The first 2013 Roundtable Meeting was held in Brussels on 19 March, adjacent to the European Commission's High Level Group on Internet Governance, and attracted around 40 participants from governments, regulators and industry.

RIPE NCC Supporting TERENA Networking Conference 2013

The RIPE NCC is proud to be sponsor of the TERENA Networking Conference 2013, which takes place in Maastricht, the Netherlands, from 3-6 June 2013.

The RIPE NCC's Case Against the State of the Netherlands Dismissed
Update on Court Proceedings Between RIPE NCC and State of the Netherlands

The RIPE NCC appeared in court on 29 November 2012 after it filed a summons against the state of the Netherlands following a police order it received on 8 November 2011 to temporarily "lock" registrations in the RIPE Database. The RIPE NCC filed the summons because it wants the Dutch court to clarify what the RIPE NCC's obligations are for such orders in the future.

Monitor the Syrian Internet Blackout with RIPEstat
Update: Summons of the RIPE NCC Against the State of the Netherlands

The State submitted a statement of defence on 20 June 2012, where it defended the right of the police and the prosecutor to issue orders based on Article 2 of the Police Act at their discretion and it doubted the jurisdiction of the civil court to judge them in this case.

Proposal for New RIPE NCC Charging Scheme Model