Milton Mueller

Milton Mueller

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy
Joined on September 10, 2004
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Milton Mueller is Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy. He is the author of Will the Internet Fragment (Polity, 2017) Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace (MIT Press, 2002), and Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance (MIT Press, 2010). He is a co-founder of ICANN’s Noncommercial Users Constituency and directs the Internet Governance Project (IGP).

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2022 - Feb 16 on Some Thoughts on DNS4EU – the European Commission's Intention to Support the Development of a New European DNS Resolver
2022 - Feb 15 on Some Thoughts on DNS4EU – the European Commission's Intention to Support the Development of a New European DNS Resolver
2020 - Jun 30 on Japan Fueling China's Leap to 5G, but for How Long?
2020 - Apr 16 on A Short History of Internet Protocol Intellectual Property
2016 - Aug 23 on ICANN the Machine...
2015 - Oct 15 on An Alternative to CCWG Overreach
2014 - Oct 31 on Stopping Illegal Activity Online - It's More Complicated Than It Seems
2013 - Oct 06 on ICANN's Strong Rebuke to Verisign's Chuck Gomes
2013 - Jul 11 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 11 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 11 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 10 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2013 - Jul 09 on GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...
2012 - Jul 04 on The GAC Strikes Back
2012 - Jul 03 on The GAC Strikes Back
2012 - Jun 20 on Ethiopia Shows That Congress Is Right to Be Worried About UN Control of the Internet
2012 - Jun 20 on Ethiopia Shows That Congress Is Right to Be Worried About UN Control of the Internet
2012 - Jun 20 on Proposed New IETF Standard Would Create a Nationally Partitioned "Internet"
2011 - Dec 11 on U.S. Government Strongly Affirms ICANN Model and New gTLDs
2011 - Dec 01 on IANA Checkmate - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice Shame on Me
2011 - Nov 19 on Why the Lawsuit Against .XXX Maybe the Best Sales Tool Ever For New gTLD Applicants
2011 - Nov 18 on Why the Lawsuit Against .XXX Maybe the Best Sales Tool Ever For New gTLD Applicants
2011 - Oct 25 on The Introduction of New Domain Name Services: "Due Process" and Innovation
2011 - Sep 06 on ICANN's "Unelected" Crisis
2011 - Aug 25 on Underneath the Hood: Ownership vs. Stewardship of the Internet
2011 - Aug 23 on Underneath the Hood: Ownership vs. Stewardship of the Internet
2011 - Mar 15 on GAC New gTLD No Fly Zone
2011 - Mar 15 on GAC New gTLD No Fly Zone
2011 - Feb 07 on Governments Should Promote Cultural Diversity on the Internet
2010 - Sep 15 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Sep 15 on MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway
2010 - Jul 21 on The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU
2010 - Apr 22 on At the ARIN Meeting
2010 - Apr 22 on At the ARIN Meeting
2010 - Mar 12 on ICANN Board Meeting Spoiler Alert
2010 - Feb 22 on Will Stonewalling on .xxx Be Beckstrom's First Big Mistake?
2009 - Sep 16 on The US as Keeper of a 'Free' Internet?
2009 - Sep 01 on Domain Registry/Registrar Cross Ownership: A Reality Check
2009 - Mar 07 on Memo to John Markoff: There are No "Do Overs" in History
2008 - Sep 19 on The Wall Street Lesson for Net Neutrality
2008 - May 08 on 700 MHz Update: Will VZ Comply with the Rules?
2007 - Dec 16 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 15 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 15 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Aug 24 on Another Whois-Privacy Stalemate
2007 - Jun 01 on IGF Preparatory Meeting: A Score Draw in Geneva
2007 - Jun 01 on Discussion at the Internet Governance Forum in Geneva
2007 - Mar 18 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 16 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 16 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 16 on The Real Problem with dot-XXX
2007 - Mar 10 on XXX Comes to a Head
2007 - Mar 09 on XXX Comes to a Head
2007 - Mar 09 on XXX Comes to a Head
2006 - Nov 11 on Assault on State Censorship at the IGF
2006 - Nov 11 on Assault on State Censorship at the IGF
2006 - Oct 31 on Vint in International Herald Tribune on IDNs
2006 - Oct 02 on Another View of the New ICANN-DoC Agreement
2006 - Oct 02 on ICANN and the DOC
2006 - Oct 01 on ICANN and the DOC
2006 - Jul 26 on The Blurr-Cade Proposal on Root Zone Oversight
2006 - Jul 24 on The Blurr-Cade Proposal on Root Zone Oversight
2006 - Jul 24 on The Blurr-Cade Proposal on Root Zone Oversight
2006 - Jun 17 on Send a Message to NTIA
2006 - Jun 16 on Send a Message to NTIA
2006 - Jun 14 on Jefferson Rebuffed: The United States and the Future of Internet Governance
2006 - May 19 on XXX Litigation Looms
2006 - Mar 01 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Feb 27 on The Villain in the ICANN-VeriSign Struggle is the U.S. Government
2006 - Feb 22 on The Villain in the ICANN-VeriSign Struggle is the U.S. Government
2006 - Jan 12 on The XXX Train Wreck in Vancouver
2005 - Dec 12 on How to Listen to the Individual Internet User
2005 - Oct 12 on A Further Look Into ORSN
2005 - Oct 09 on Why I Am Participating in the ORSN Project
2005 - Aug 19 on .XXX Puzzle Pieces Start to Come Together: And the Picture is Ugly
2005 - Aug 18 on .XXX Puzzle Pieces Start to Come Together: And the Picture is Ugly
2005 - Aug 17 on .XXX Puzzle Pieces Start to Come Together: And the Picture is Ugly
2005 - Aug 09 on Orange Bowl ICANN UDRP Case Explores Fair Use
2004 - Oct 15 on Languages in the Root: A TLD Launch Strategy Based on ISO 639
2004 - Oct 13 on Languages in the Root: A TLD Launch Strategy Based on ISO 639

Topic Interests

DNSPrivacyInternet ProtocolPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceICANNNew TLDsDomain NamesCybersecuritySpamMultilinguismRegional RegistriesWhoisIPv6 TransitionCensorshipBrand ProtectionDNS Security IPv4 MarketsBroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityTelecomWebCyberattackCybercrimeLawDomain ManagementUDRPRegistry ServicesMalwareNetworksDDoS AttackEnumWirelessWhite SpaceMobile Internet

Recent Blogs

ICANN, Ukraine and Leveraging Internet Identifiers

The US-China Cold War in Cyberspace

Part 2: Let’s Have an Honest Conversation About Huawei

Let’s Have an Honest Conversation About Huawei

IGF 2015: Running in Place

Popular Posts

.XXX Puzzle Pieces Start to Come Together: And the Picture is Ugly

XXX Comes to a Head

In Historic Vote on WHOIS Purpose, Reformers Win by 2/3 Majority

The XXX Train Wreck in Vancouver

NTIA Nixes Privacy Protection in Whois