RIPE NCC published a report on law enforcement requests received in 2015

RIPE NCC, the regional Internet registry responsible for the allocation of Internet number resources in Europe, Middle East and parts of Central Asia, has published a transparency report on the information requests it had received from law enforcement agencies in 2015. In total, a number of eight requests were received by the registry: three of them for publicly available information, two for non-public information, and three for information not available to the registry. RIPE NCC explains in its report that it can provide non-public information in its possession only on the basis of a Dutch court order (the organisation being based in Netherlands).