Christopher Parente

Christopher Parente

Founder, Content Marketing Agency
Joined on July 27, 2005
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About

I’ve been working in communications for technology companies for almost 20 years. I help B2B and B2G companies bypass the media filter and tell their own stories directly to customers and prospects. By leveraging thought leadership and engaging in conversational marketing, companies can drive brand awareness, support revenue growth and affect public policy.

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2021 - Feb 17 on Now We Know Why It's Hard to Get a .COM
2020 - Jan 07 on 6 Ways to Strengthen DNS Security
2019 - Jan 24 on Forget it, Jake. It's China.
2018 - Oct 26 on The Road Less Traveled: Time Is Running Out for NTIA-Verisign Cooperative Agreement
2018 - Oct 16 on The Road Less Traveled: Time Is Running Out for NTIA-Verisign Cooperative Agreement
2018 - Oct 09 on The Road Less Traveled: Time Is Running Out for NTIA-Verisign Cooperative Agreement
2016 - Oct 05 on Maintaining Security and Stability in the Internet Ecosystem
2016 - Aug 14 on A Journey Into the Surreal: The GOP Protecting "Internet Freedom" With 25 Friends
2016 - Jul 05 on Who Really Cares About New gTLDs?
2016 - Apr 06 on Let Me Make Yeti-DNS Perfectly Clear
2016 - Feb 24 on I Got Fired
2015 - Sep 17 on Can We Stop IP Spoofing? A New Whitepaper Explores the Issues
2015 - Sep 16 on Can We Stop IP Spoofing? A New Whitepaper Explores the Issues
2015 - Mar 31 on Consumers Are the Serfs of the Feudal Internet Companies
2015 - Mar 03 on A History of Disruptors: Or How the U.S. Government Saved the Internet from the Telcos
2015 - Mar 02 on A History of Disruptors: Or How the U.S. Government Saved the Internet from the Telcos
2014 - Nov 12 on Secure Unowned Hierarchical Anycast Root Name Service - And an Apologia
2014 - Nov 12 on Secure Unowned Hierarchical Anycast Root Name Service - And an Apologia
2014 - Sep 08 on Top 10 Tips for Building a TLD Affiliate Network Using Social Media
2014 - Jun 24 on Does gTLD Registration Volume Measure Success?
2013 - Oct 16 on Rodney Joffe on Security Vulnerabilities of Modern Automobiles
2012 - May 24 on If You Build It, They Will Come.
2012 - May 24 on So/Lo/Mo for Business
2012 - Feb 22 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Debilitating Cyber Attack: Not If, But When?
2011 - Oct 19 on Of Canaries and Coal Mines: Verisign's Proposal and Sudden Withdrawal of Domain Anti-Abuse Policy
2011 - Oct 07 on No Spectrum Shortage, Just an Allocation Problem
2011 - Oct 05 on No Spectrum Shortage, Just an Allocation Problem
2011 - Jul 28 on Getting Out of the Broadband Box
2011 - Jul 27 on Alignment of Interests in DNS Blocking
2011 - Jul 27 on Alignment of Interests in DNS Blocking
2011 - Jul 07 on Independence and Security Online Have Not Yet Been Won
2011 - Jul 07 on Independence and Security Online Have Not Yet Been Won
2011 - Jun 14 on Whom Do We Regulate when the Phone Monopolies Are Gone?
2011 - May 19 on Last Minute Surge of Opposition to VeriSign .NET Auto Renewal
2011 - May 17 on Facebook.com/Brand vs. a New TLD: What's a Brand to Do?
2011 - Apr 20 on Will Blocking a TLD Fracture the Internet?
2011 - Mar 29 on Is the Web a "Communications Medium"?
2011 - Mar 29 on Is the Web a "Communications Medium"?
2011 - Mar 15 on Project dotVinum for .WINE Domain Names
2011 - Feb 22 on .nxt Conference Inspires and Informs New gTLD Debate
2011 - Jan 27 on The Dark Internet
2011 - Jan 25 on Insight: .JOBS and New TLD's - Are You Paying Attention?
2010 - Nov 12 on The Wall Between Registries and Registrars Comes Tumbling Down
2010 - Nov 05 on Facing Up to the Generational Privacy Divide
2010 - Oct 25 on "Practice Safe DNS" Campaign Launched to Educate on Securing DNS, Adopting DNSSEC
2010 - Oct 25 on The Militarization of the Internet
2010 - Oct 14 on DNSSEC vs DDoS Protection: Is It Really a Choice?
2010 - Oct 05 on Come to the First Ever Dedicated New gTLD Conference: .nxt
2010 - Sep 13 on RIM's Secret Weapon
2010 - Sep 10 on What Does the .CO Launch Mean for New gTLDs?
2010 - Sep 07 on Google Voice: Race to the Bottom for Telephony - or Something Else?
2010 - Aug 27 on ICANN's Tokyo Meeting Provides a Little More Clarity on the New gTLD Program
2010 - Aug 24 on Pew's Broadband Home 2010 Research: Is It Truly Representative?
2010 - Aug 11 on What Matters in Net Neutrality
2010 - Aug 04 on Cyberwar vs No Cyberwar
2010 - Jul 02 on DNSSEC Deployment Among ISPs: The Why, How, and What
2010 - Jun 17 on Internet Traffic Growth Rate Falling by Half in U.S. According to Cisco VNI
2010 - Mar 23 on Why Not an Interim Step Until DNSSEC is Ready?
2010 - Mar 12 on LTE and Spectrum Stupidity
2010 - Feb 21 on Domain Registry Locking Program: It Is There for a Reason, So Why Not Use It?
2010 - Feb 19 on Domain Registry Locking Program: It Is There for a Reason, So Why Not Use It?
2010 - Feb 19 on Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders
2010 - Feb 19 on Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders
2009 - Dec 30 on Network Neutrality, UPS, and FedEx
2009 - Dec 30 on NXDOMAIN Substitution: Good or Evil?
2009 - Oct 21 on VeriSign Supports New gTLDs with Appropriate Safeguards
2009 - Oct 06 on Wrong on the "Exaflood," Wrong on Network Neutrality
2009 - Aug 11 on Why Not an Interim Step Until DNSSEC is Ready?
2009 - Jun 24 on Why Not an Interim Step Until DNSSEC is Ready?
2009 - Jun 20 on Why Not an Interim Step Until DNSSEC is Ready?
2009 - Jun 18 on Why Not an Interim Step Until DNSSEC is Ready?
2009 - Apr 03 on FiberHome: China's Next Multinational Giant
2008 - Jun 02 on Revision3 and Media Defender
2008 - May 30 on Revision3 and Media Defender
2008 - May 16 on A Patent for SiteFinder-Like Resolution
2008 - May 09 on A Patent for SiteFinder-Like Resolution
2008 - May 08 on 700 MHz Update: Will VZ Comply with the Rules?
2008 - Apr 23 on CNN.Com, Politically Motivated DDoS, and Asymmetric Warfare
2007 - Jun 29 on Apple iPhone Promoting .com TLD?
2007 - Apr 30 on Chinese and Japanese IDN in .BIZ
2007 - Mar 02 on Commercial DNSSEC?
2006 - Dec 14 on Domain Registrations Hit 112 Million
2006 - Oct 12 on ICANN Sacrifices Privacy for Shot at Independence
2006 - Jul 20 on Taking Aim at 8 Myths about ENUM
2006 - Jan 25 on Why I Am Participating in the ORSN Project
2006 - Jan 05 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 05 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 04 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 04 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Jan 04 on What's in a Name?
2005 - Dec 14 on She Gave Me a Fake Phone Number!
2005 - Nov 21 on Questioning the Illusion of Internet Governance
2005 - Nov 17 on Questioning the Illusion of Internet Governance
2005 - Nov 17 on Questioning the Illusion of Internet Governance
2005 - Oct 03 on Why I Am Participating in the ORSN Project
2005 - Oct 03 on Why I Am Participating in the ORSN Project
2005 - Sep 16 on Sitefinder Writ Small
2005 - Sep 16 on Sitefinder Writ Small
2005 - Jul 28 on Innovation in DNS Business
2005 - Jul 27 on A Balkanized Internet Future?

Topic Interests

Cloud ComputingData CenterDNSDomain NamesICANNP2PCyberattackTelecomCybercrimeDDoS AttackBrand ProtectionDNS SecurityCybersecurityVoIPBroadbandAccess ProvidersPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceNet NeutralityWebNew TLDsRegistry ServicesPrivacyCensorshipMultilinguismIPv6 TransitionInternet ProtocolWirelessSpamRegional RegistriesNetworksWhoisLawUDRPDomain ManagementEnumMalwareThreat IntelligenceWhite SpaceMobile InternetEmail IPv4 Markets

Recent Blogs

Holding Google to a Higher Standard in Search

Taking the Anti-SOPA Message to the People

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