Paul Diaz

Paul Diaz

Vice President of Policy, Public Interest Registry
Joined on April 14, 2005
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About

Paul Diaz has nearly two decades of policy development and analysis experience. Prior to joining Public Interest Registry (PIR) in October 2011, he spent over 12 years as Senior Policy Manager for Network Solutions. There Mr. Diaz led policy development and compliance initiatives related to domain names, ICANN consensus policies and industry regulations that impacted the company’s corporate objectives. He also engaged in governmental advocacy through presenting various issues to Congress and Executive branch agencies.

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2023 - Feb 09 on Hal Lubsen, Industry Leader and Former CEO of Afilias, Has Passed Away
2011 - Jan 12 on Missing in Action - ICANN's 2010 Annual Report
2010 - Jun 30 on Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2
2010 - Jun 29 on Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2

Topic Interests

DNSLawNew TLDsDomain NamesPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceDomain ManagementRegistry ServicesICANNBroadbandDNS SecurityAccess ProvidersCybersecurityCybercrimeWhoisSpamThreat Intelligence

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