“Parliament meets Internet. Surveillance, the digital economy & the Open Internet.”
was held between 5-7pm 4th March in the Grimond Room Portcullis House, Parliament
Three senior politicians Conservative, Labour and Liberal and renowned experts in Internet Standards, Technologies, Policy and Institutional development debated the need for oversight and new approaches to managing surveillance of the Intenet for the UK in the mother of Parliaments at Westminster.
For the video please see Parliament meets the Internet
The chapter unveiled the new IPv6 Matrix information resource for researchers to UK network operators at UKNOF27 in Manchester on 21st January.
Dr. Tim Chown of University of Southampton unveiled the new website to the UK network operators at the meeting. The site has been repurposed by Masters students at Southampton. Network researchers can now enjoy over four years of IPv6 usage data and generate dynamic interactive visualisations at the click of a mouse. The data is published on open data principles.
IPv6 Matrix was originally conceived by Dr. Olivier Crepin-Leblond in 2010 who continues to guide its progress. The chapter thanks the Internet Society Grants program for its contribution to take the project to its next incarnation as well as Nile University and 2020Media for their support over the last four years.
Dr. Chown’s presentation can be found linked from here.
Some other topics of interest into 2014.
Protocol deployment in UK
Internet Policy & Governance
ICANN, IANA, Regional Internet Registries, LIRs
UK Internet resources, operations, and applications
ITU – WTDC – WCIT
Members interested in leading activities or participating in events on these or wish to propose other topics please Contact me please