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Avri Doria

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Avri Doria is a research consultant. Her professional activities include several part-time activities, including: as a researcher at Association for Progressive Communications (APC), as secretariat for PIR’s advisory council, consultant to dotgay LLC and technical research for Donuts Inc. She is currently creating a research group, Technicalities, to work on technical, policy and advocacy projects including projects related to new gTLDs.  She was a member of the UN Working Group on Enhanced Cooperation (WGEC) and of the UN Working Group on Internet Governance (WGIG). She spent 5 years as a member the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Secretariat and is a member of the IGF Multistakeholder Advisory Group (IGF MAG). As a technologist she has been involved in the development of Internet protocols and architectures for over 30 years, is a participant in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), and a past chair of the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Routing Research Group. She is co-chair of a research group on Human Rights Protocol Considerations and a member of the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF). She has been active in ICANN policy and was chair of the GNSO Council and was recently elected chair of the Internet Society Chapters Advisory Council. She is an author of RFCs and articles and teaches on Internet governance subjects.

Avri was awarded the ICANN Multistakeholder Ethos award in 2014.
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2016 - Jul 20 on IANA Transition Under Further Attack, Now Officially Blocked by Republican Policy
2015 - Oct 24 on ICANN Compliance Lends a Hand to a Violent Criminal While Trashing a Legitimate Business
2014 - Jul 11 on Inter Mundos: ICANN's Accountability is a Matter of Human Rights
2014 - Feb 21 on ICANN's Uncertain State: 2014
2014 - Jan 30 on The Need for a Remedial gTLD Program for #newgtlds
2013 - Nov 29 on What Is "1net" to Me
2013 - Oct 04 on ICANN's Strong Rebuke to Verisign's Chuck Gomes
2013 - Sep 17 on Mass Surveillance: A Turning Point in Internet History
2013 - Sep 17 on Mass Surveillance: A Turning Point in Internet History
2013 - Jun 15 on Will the GNSO Review Be Pushed Back Another Year?
2013 - Jun 04 on ICANN Auctions or Private Auctions?
2013 - Jun 04 on ICANN Auctions or Private Auctions?
2013 - Mar 03 on Booksellers Weigh In On Amazon's New TLDs
2013 - Feb 04 on Private vs. ICANN Auction of Last Resort
2013 - Feb 01 on ICANN Should Clarify Position On Key Word New TLDs
2013 - Feb 01 on The Biggest gTLD Problem Has Just Appeared on the Horizon
2013 - Feb 01 on Why I'm No Longer So Worried About ICANN
2013 - Feb 01 on Why I'm No Longer So Worried About ICANN
2013 - Jan 05 on Private vs. ICANN Auction of Last Resort
2013 - Jan 04 on Internet Governance Outlook 2013: "Cold Internet War" or "Peaceful Internet Coexistence"?
2012 - Jun 26 on A History of Holding ICANN to Account
2012 - Jun 05 on ICANN Gets Crazy... Again!
2012 - Mar 17 on Red Cross and Internet Governance with Cause
2011 - Nov 12 on New TLD Spotted - .FUD
2011 - Sep 10 on Removing Principle of Confidentiality in ICANN's NomCom is a Bad Idea
2011 - Sep 10 on Removing Principle of Confidentiality in ICANN's NomCom is a Bad Idea
2011 - Jul 18 on Will Anyone Qualify As a Community TLD?
2011 - Jul 17 on Will Anyone Qualify As a Community TLD?
2011 - May 13 on ICANN Successfully Tiptoes Through Political Minefield With New TLD Applicant Guidebook
2011 - Apr 30 on What ICANN Can Learn from Humpty Dumpty
2011 - Apr 30 on What ICANN Can Learn from Humpty Dumpty
2011 - Apr 12 on Registrar Stakeholder Group in GNSO Works Against the ICANN Multistakeholder Social Compact
2011 - Jan 25 on What New gTLDs Mean for Developing Economy Applicants?
2011 - Jan 14 on ICANN Board - GAC Geneva Meeting: Open to Observers?
2011 - Jan 14 on Confirmed: Bill Clinton to Address ICANN Meeting in SF
2010 - Jan 14 on Why I Won't Buy an E-book Reader - and When I Might