Internet Governance

27 Feb 2015
Netnod responds to PTS draft regulation: Provisions to waive the general advice (PTSFS 2007:2).
16 Jan 2015
The CRISP team has submitted the Internet numbers community’s proposal on the IANA Stewardship transition
8 Jan 2015
The second draft of the Internet numbers community proposal on IANA stewardship is published by the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship Proposal (CRISP) team.
19 Dec 2014
The first draft of an Internet numbers community proposal on IANA stewardship is published by the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship Proposal (CRISP) team.
10 Nov 2014
Ms Nurani Nimpuno proud to serve on the the RIPE Community CRISP team.
1 Oct 2014
The US government has announced it plans to hand over its IANA oversight role to the global multistakeholder community. What does this mean for the DNS and the bigger picture of Internet governance. Where does Netnod stand? And what does this mean for the root servers?
1 Oct 2014
Over to you – US to cede IANA stewardship role

The US government has announced it plans to hand over its IANA oversight role to the global multistakeholder community. What does this mean for the DNS and the bigger picture of Internet governance. And where does Netnod stand?
12 Sep 2014
The IANA transition process is followed by a great interest of many people and causing a lot of discussions, as there are a lot of different opinions. IETF Chair and IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group member Jari Arkko posted an article where he offers a unique insight in the topic.
11 Jul 2014
Netnod Head of RnD Patrik Fältström appointed to the Coordination Group for the NTIA IANA Functions' Stewardship Transition
11 Jul 2014
Netnod Snr Systems Specialist Lars-Johan Liman appointed to the Coordination Group for the NTIA IANA Functions' Stewardship Transition
24 Jun 2014
The third edition of the ITAC OECD Newsletter is now available!
1 May 2014
Jari Arkko, chair of the IETF, spoke to Netnod recently about the IETF’s response to pervasive monitoring and how that response fits within the broader context of the IETF’s history and current work. As disturbing as these revelations have been, do they change in any fundamental way the mission of the IETF? And can we even see this current turmoil as an opportunity for progress?