Good news after World IPv6 Day

Finally, there is a good news from ISOC after the eventful World IPv6 Day.  ISOC has announced that roughly about 2/3 of participating organizations decided to leave their content on IPv6 instead of turning IPv6 off.  This is quite understandable.  The problem of brokenness is very insignificant or even undetectable.  Despite this, I am eager waiting for the reports of Facebook, Google, and Yahoo or ISOC to  summarize the captured statistics.

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