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The next meeting of LINX (the London Internet Exchange) - Europe's largest Internet exchange point which handles up to 96 per cent of the UK's Internet traffic - is to be broadcast over the Web.

In a move described as being in the true spirit of the Internet as "an open, transparent and co-operative organisation", the 42nd LINX members' meeting will be Webcast live on August 18 and 19.

On the agenda is a discussion about the future technical development of the LINX exchange.

Other issues include Internet regulation, the battle against spam and improving protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

The decision to open up this latest quarterly meeting to anyone who is interested in the affairs of LINX follows a live Webcast of a meeting earlier in the year to LINX members.

Details of the Webcast are due to be published on the LINX Web site. ®

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