[sig-policy] Implementation of prop-109

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    • From: Adam Gosling <adam at apnic dot net>
    • Date: Tue, 6 May 2014 23:54:09 +0000
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        Implementation of prop-109

        Today, 7 May 2014, APNIC has completed implementation of prop-109:
        Allocate and to APNIC Labs as Research Prefixes.

        The objective of this proposal is to acknowledge that the IPv4 address
        blocks and are not suitable for global unicast
        use and to define a long term approach to their management as research
        prefixes for use by APNIC Research & Development.

        The policy proposal implemented is:

            - prop-109: Allocate and to APNIC Labs as
              Research Prefixes


        The proposal reached consensus at APNIC 37 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia in
        February 2014 and was endorsed by the APNIC Executive Council via
        electronic vote.

        The policy change did not require any edits to policy documents and the
        required action delegating the blocks was performed by the APNIC

        For more information on the history of APNIC policy proposals, see the
        Policy Proposals page.



        Adam Gosling
        Internet Policy Development Consultant     email:    adam at apnic dot net
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