December 11, 2022, 7:46pm
Welcome to Impact Week 2022! This week, we will be sharing stories about the way that the Internet, and Cloudflare specifically, provide an optimistic opportunity to improve our world. Give this post a
and follow along all week as we share these stories.
Over the course of this Impact Week, we will tell other stories about the way that the Internet, and Cloudflare specifically, provide an optimistic opportunity to improve our world.
And that’s a wrap! Impact Week 2022 has come to a close. Over the last week, Cloudflare announced new commitments in our mission to help build a better Internet, including delivering Zero Trust services for the most vulnerable voices and for critical...
In this blog we outline how we advocate, across the many jurisdictions where we operate, for a better Internet, in our engagement with governments and regulators.
A discussion about IP blocking: why we see it, what it is, what it does, who it affects, and why it’s such a problematic way to address content online.
Cloudflare is participating in the AS112 project, becoming an operator of the loosely coordinated, distributed sink of the reverse lookup (PTR) queries for RFC 1918 addresses, dynamic DNS updates and other ambiguous addresses.
We’re excited to announce a new version of Geo Key Manager — one that allows customers to define boundaries by country, by a region, or by a standard, such as “only store my private keys in FIPS compliant data centers” — now available in Closed Beta.
Our hardware sustainability initiative encapsulates using hardware components for as long as possible, recycling them responsibly when it is time to decommission them, and selecting the most power-efficient options for our workloads.
Today, we are excited to announce our first step toward offsetting our historic emissions by investing in 6,060 MTs worth of reforestation carbon offsets as part of the Pacajai Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+)...
Today, as part of Cloudflare’s Impact Week, we’re excited to announce an opportunity for Cloudflare customers to make it easier to decommission and dispose of their used hardware appliances sustainably.
In this blog, we’ll share new research on how small businesses, including those using our free services, have leveraged Cloudflare services to make their businesses more secure and resistant to disruption.
Cloudflare’s mission is to help make a better Internet. Starting December 13, 2022, we will help support these vulnerable infrastructure by providing our enterprise-level Zero Trust cybersecurity solution to them at no cost, with no time limit.
A year and a half ago, Cloudflare launched Project Pangea to help provide Internet services to underserved communities. Today, we're sharing what we've learned by partnering with community networks, and announcing an expansion of the project.
On February 24, 2022, when Russia invaded Ukraine, Cloudflare jumped into action to provide services that could help prevent potentially destructive cyber attacks and keep the global Internet flowing.