China’s Internet Architecture Gives the Rest of Us a Run for Our Money

In a lot of ways, China's Internet isn't the sort of Internet you want to be using. It's ridiculously censored, for example. But in other ways, it's way better than the stuff we have over here. According to a recent report from the New England Complex Systems Institute, China's 'net infrastructure is head and shoulders above what we've got here in the west. Read More >>

Europe About to RUN OUT of IP Addresses as Switch to IPv6 Fails to Materialise

RIPE NCC, which handles the complicated business of internet registry for Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia, is down to its last packet of IP4 internet addresses. It's time to start panic-buying strings of numbers. Read More >>

The Pirate Bay Extends Its Game of Whac-a-Mole Almost to Infinity With IPv6

As UK and Dutch ISPs continue to try and block The Pirate Bay off the face of the Earth, TPB's game of whac-a-mole just got a colossal boost thanks to IPv6. Theoretically, there are now more potential TPB IP addresses than there are stars in our galaxy -- good luck trying to block all of them. Read More >>

The New Internet Starts Now

A whole new version of the Internet is about to take over. Internet Protocol version 6 is here to save us from the dwindling number of IPv4 addresses. If everything seems the same as before, rejoice!. That means everything went to plan. Read More >>

The Internet Is Broken and We Need Something New

The internet is pretty integral to our everyday lives; without it I wouldn’t even have a job right now. But there are quite a few downers to the interconnected world we live in, and according to cybersecurity expert Professor Alan Woodward from Surrey University, it’s broken beyond repair and we should start over. Read More >>