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OECD points to slow IPv6 adoption as ‘emerging issue’
Archived: Moving to IPv6: Rebuilding the Heart of the Internet Without Missing a Beat
Archived: When will the world be entirely IPv6?
Archived: 89th Executive Board Meeting - Summary and Minutes

The RIPE NCC Executive Board had its 89th meeting on 25 June 2013.

Archived: RIPE NCC Report: Law Enforcement Agency Requests in 2012

In 2012, the RIPE NCC received 21 requests from Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in nine countries. A recently published transparency report details the nature of these requests and the actions that were taken as a result. This report will be published annually from now on.

Archived: Cisco IPv6 Case Study
Archived: IP Addresses: How they shaped the Internet and how they will influence its future
Archived: Request for Trusted Party to Host RIPE NCC "Warm Node"

The RIPE NCC has undertaken a project, under the guidance and approval of the RIPE NCC Executive Board, to set up a "warm node" that can operate some of the RIPE NCC's critical services in case of a major disaster in the Amsterdam area.

Archived: 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.

Archived: IPv6 pollution on the Internet