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June 6, 2012 marks the beginning of the switchover to IPv6
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IPv6 world launch date set for June

Building on the success of last summer's World IPv6 Day - when the world's largest internet companies took the next-generation internet protocol for a 24-hour test-drive - the Internet Society has scheduled its official, co-ordinated launch for June 6, 2012.
World IPv6 Day begins June 8th, 2011
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World IPv6 Day is “important milestone” in solving IPv4 address exhaustion

World IPv6 Day begins tomorrow Wednesday, June 8th, and marks an “important milestone” in the development of a long-term solution to IPv4 address exhaustion and the continued growth of the open internet, according to Google. Starting at midnight UTC on June 8th over four hundred companies and organisations, including Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Facebook and Mozilla, will enable IPv6 on their main websites.
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Google remains dominant leader over US search market

Google remains the dominant search market share leader with 65.4% of all explicit searches in the US in February 2011, according to comScore qSearch analysis. Yahoo! came in second with 16.1% market share, Bing at 13.6%, Ask at 3.2%, and AOL at 1.7%. Explicit searches are those that reflect specific user intent to interact with the search results.
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