[afripv6-discuss] IPv6 in Africa
Kondwani C. Hara
kondwa at m-hi.org
Wed Jun 6 15:20:48 SAST 2012
What do you think of the following article in the light of what I have
posted a few days ago on security implications ipv6 might involve, and the
recent development in the internet community, wikileaks, close down of
several very public websites, and the protests.
Do you consider ipv6 is being deployed with this goal in mind?
If the network is abused, can the abuse be easy to contain?
Kondwani C. Hara.
On 6 Jun 2012 10:08, "Hisham Ibrahim" <hisham at afrinic.net> wrote:
> Dear all,
> For more info on what is Africa is doing for IPv6 AfriNIC is organizing a
> webinar where multi stakeholder experts from all across Africa will be
> giving updates on what is currently happening in their countries and
> 1. Adiel Akplogan – Chief Executive Officer, AFRINIC
> 2. Dr. Dawit Bekele – Regional Bureau Director for Africa Internet
> Society (remotely)
> 3. Hisham Ibrahim – IPv6 Manager - AFRINIC
> 4. Mme Ndéye Maimouna Diop Diagne – Chair, AFRINIC and ICT Director,
> Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and ICT, Republic of Senegal
> 5. Janvier Ngnoulaye – IT Manager, Institute for University Digital
> Governance (IGNU)
> 6. Trilok Dabeesing - Director of IT, Information and Communication
> Technologies Authority, Republic of Mauritius (remotely)
> 7. Fiona Asonga - Chief Executive Officer, Telecommunications Service
> Providers Association of Kenya/ Kenya Internet Exchange Point
> 8. ISOC chapters in Africa
> The webinar will start at 13:00 UTC
> For more info on how to join please visit:
> afripv6-discuss mailing list
> afripv6-discuss at afrinic.net
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