Burundi has one of the lowest percentage of Internet users in the world — less than one in ten of its population are connected to the Internet. Its poor Transit Provider and Retail ISP Diversity scores contribute to its low Internet Resilience score as does its ccTLD registry, .bi, not adopting DNSSEC that improves trustworthiness of Internet communications. Surprisingly, all of its 10 active networks are peering and all have signed ROAs for their IPv6 allocations both of which bode well for the country’s interconnectivity and future trustworthiness of its IPv6 routes.
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