Kathy Kleiman

Kathy Kleiman

American University Washington College of Law
Joined on November 24, 2005
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About

Kathy Kleiman teaches in the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic of American University Washington College of Law. She spent last year as a Visiting Scholar of Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy.

Kleiman was part of the group that founded ICANN. She is a co-founder of the Noncommercial Users Constituency, was elected to the first Names Council and served as Vice-Chair of the first WHOIS Review Team. Kleiman currently serves as Co-Chair of the GNSO’s Review of All Rights Protection Mechanism Working Group along with Philip Corwin and Brian Beckham. She served on the final drafting team of the Uniform Rapid Suspension Policy (UDRP), ICANN’s first consensus policy.

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Comments

2019 - Sep 16 on What Is the Purpose of ICANN's Comment Periods?
2017 - Apr 27 on Sorry, Not Sorry: WHOIS Data Must Remain Public
2016 - Dec 29 on Confusing New gTLDs
2015 - Oct 28 on ICANN Compliance Lends a Hand to a Violent Criminal While Trashing a Legitimate Business
2013 - Oct 21 on Will Uniform Rapid Suspension Be a Substitute for Defensive Domain Name Registrations?

Topic Interests

New TLDsDomain NamesInternet GovernanceDomain ManagementICANNUDRPPolicy & RegulationDNSLawWhoisPrivacyCybercrimeRegistry ServicesCybersecuritySpamCyberattackDDoS AttackThreat Intelligence

Recent Blogs

The Sad Story of Private Public Interest Commitments (PICs)

Dissecting the ISOC/PIR/Ethos Transaction (With Ways to Help Ensure PIR’s 2002 Commitments)

GNSO Council: Attend the .ORG Protest!

Have You Had Your GDPR Training Today?

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Popular Posts

Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Sad Story of Private Public Interest Commitments (PICs)

A Tribute to the STI (Special Trademarks Initiative Team)

It’s Time to Put a Bow on the URS: Our Work is Almost Done

Have You Had Your GDPR Training Today?