ICANN Training Series - Central Europe & Baltics: IPv6 in Central Europe (and Why It's Important)
As one of the world’s five Regional Internet Registries, the RIPE NCC collects a lot of data around Internet development and connectivity throughout Europe - including IPv6 deployment. In this talk, we’ll explain the basics of IPv6 and why it’s so important for the Internet’s continued growth and innovation. We’ll also give an overview of the current state of IPv6 deployment in Central Europe, including how traffic is routed over IPv6, the relationship between different networks in these countries, how much IPv6 address space is actually in use and more.
Speaker: Suzanne Taylor, Public Policy & Internet Governance Consultant, RIPE NCC
The Estonian Internet Foundation (EIF) is thrilled to announce the participation of Helen Aaremäe-Saar, our esteemed lawyer and registrar coordinator, in the newly formed e-evidence expert group under the auspices of the European Commission. This expert group's mission is to harness collective knowledge and expertise in the creation of an all-encompassing IT system for the Union.
The Estonian Internet Foundation is making available domain names that have been kept in reserve for more than a decade. Many exclusive domains are now available – single character domain names and in addition various Estonian place names and country names.
The Estonian Internet Foundation (EIF) is bringing previously reserved and blocked .ee domains to the market. Last week, s.ee found a new owner for 41 000 euros, therefore being the most expensive domain auctioned by the EIF in history.