Data Partners

Suspected Internet shutdown events can be corroborated using information from Facebook Transparency’s Internet Disruptions page. Graphs from the Google Transparency Report Traffic and Disruptions page are used to illustrate the impact of Internet shutdowns on Internet connectivity. Other data partners include:

Internet shutdown event data for calendar year 2019 and 2020 comes from AccessNow’s #KeepItOn shutdown tracker.

Partnership to develop methodologies, tools and services to help measure Internet resilience in Africa.

As part of the World IPv6 Launch effort, APNIC provide data related to IPv6 deployment aggregated by network. APNIC also provide data related to IPv6 deployment aggregated by country as part of their extensive measurement activities.

Graphs from CAIDA’s Internet Outage Detection & Analysis (IODA) project are used to illustrate the impact of Internet shutdowns on Internet connectivity.

ICANN is a source of DNSSEC adoption data aggregated by Top Level Domain.

Firefox telemetry data provides measures related to TLS1.3 adoption, HTTP/3 adoption and HTTPS adoption. This data is from a pre-release population of Firefox and is not representative of the release population in some respects.

Insights uses the standard Tranco top site list which combines rankings from multiple sources and averages them over a 30-day period. Victor Le Pochat, Tom Van Goethem, Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob, Maciej Korczyński, and Wouter Joosen. 2019. “Tranco: A Research-Oriented Top Sites Ranking Hardened Against Manipulation,” Proceedings of the 26th Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS 2019).

World IPv6 Launch provides data related to IPv6 deployment aggregated from multiple data sources. As part of that effort, Akamai, Facebook and Google provide data related to IPv6 deployment aggregated network. Akamai, Facebook and Google also provide a source of data related to IPv6 deployment aggregated by country.

W3Techs provide data related to the use of various technologies on the web. We use their data in our analysis of Internet centralization.