3 blocks of ASNs were allocated to RIPE NCC yesterday (http://goo.gl/Xc06g) & 45/8 was updated (http://goo.gl/Y3Up8).
— IANA (@theiana) January 5, 2011
#IPv4: 102, 103, 104, 179 and 185 have been allocated. No unicast IPv4 /8s remain unallocated.
— IANA (@theiana) February 3, 2011
39/8 and 106/8 allocated to #APNIC. 5 unicast #IPv4 /8s remain to be allocated
— IANA (@theiana) February 1, 2011
We are aiming to implement RRSIG checking for root zone changes in March. Feedback welcome. http://bit.ly/goOWVz
— IANA (@theiana) January 28, 2011
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Separating IANA from ICANN, the path forward: "... the global multistakeholder community should not allow the issues of ICANN accountability and reform to delay the IANA transition. This is easily resolved by separating IANA from ICANN as soon as possible. It appears many nations and others in the global multistakeholder community are beginning to see this as the best and most prudent path forward. Once the IANA technical functions are separated from ICANN, that fact will actually assist the process of how to make ICANN, or its successor, accountable in the public interest to the global multistakeholder community, in its policy-making and administrative role...." (read more at the link above)
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