Rod Dixon

Rod Dixon

Attorney
Joined on June 14, 2003
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About

Rod Dixon teaches and writes about Cyberlaw and Internet Governance. He has participated in Internet governance matters, including ICANN’s formerly named, Domain Name Supporting Organization (DNSO) and as a delegate member of the ISPCP constituency, and a supporter of the establishment of an Individual Domain Name Constituency. He also was an active participant of Working Group C. Dixon is author of “Open Source Software Law” (Artech House 2004), and is Founding Editor of a blog portal, Cyberspaces.org.

Comments

2006 - Apr 28 on Wall Street Journal Article on Whois Privacy
2004 - Dec 01 on dotMP Goes Mobile, Limits Access to WHOIS Data
2004 - Nov 26 on dotMP Goes Mobile, Limits Access to WHOIS Data
2004 - Jun 17 on Recent WHOIS Report Overlooking Fundamental Issue?
2004 - May 14 on To Fight Domain Name Theft: Sex.com Gives Birth to a New Property Right
2004 - May 11 on To Fight Domain Name Theft: Sex.com Gives Birth to a New Property Right

Topic Interests

DNSNew TLDsDomain NamesCybersecurityPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceDomain ManagementCybercrimeICANNVoIPPrivacyEnumInternet ProtocolSpamTelecomWhoisLawUDRPThreat Intelligence

Recent Blogs

dotMP Goes Mobile, Limits Access to WHOIS Data

A Closer Look at the Katie.com Domain Name Controversy

Recent WHOIS Report Overlooking Fundamental Issue?

To Fight Domain Name Theft: Sex.com Gives Birth to a New Property Right

Why FOISA Should Never Become Law

Popular Posts

To Fight Domain Name Theft: Sex.com Gives Birth to a New Property Right

Domain Name Theft, Fraud And Regulations

Recent WHOIS Report Overlooking Fundamental Issue?

A Closer Look at the Katie.com Domain Name Controversy

Parsing Hype From Hope: Will ENUM Spark Changes In Telecom?