The APNIC Executive Council has published its response to the 2018 APNIC Survey results.
Whois and data privacy — namely, the impact of the GDPR — was the main topic of discussion at the recent ICANN 62 meeting.
Discussion about a potential “two-house” model for the ASO – rearranging current NRO EC and ASO AC responsibilities – received support in Kathmandu.
The ASO Review session at APNIC 45 will assist with the global process to improve how the RIRs interact with ICANN in the future.
Paul Wilson clarifies how bad IPv4 address exhaustion is and what people can do to obtain public address space.
Mr Edward Tian, Ms Sylvia Sumarlin, and Mr Sharad Sanghi have been selected to serve as board members of the APNIC Foundation.
Why does the Internet number community participate in ICANN? There are many good reasons.
APNIC is supporting ISC to incorporate code changes to BIND, its open source DNS software, to help reduce the load on DNS root servers.
Why the Internet is like an ecosystem and why genuine cooperation is vital in keeping it strong, balanced and healthy as it grows.
The APNIC Blog is celebrating the fifth anniversary of World IPv6 Launch with a series of IPv6 posts this week. Let’s make IPv6 the new normal!