Elliot Noss

Elliot Noss

President and CEO of Tucows Inc.
Joined on July 20, 2003
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About

As president and CEO of Tucows Inc., Elliot Noss leads the company’s business strategy and vision. He is responsible for overseeing operations for the company’s domain registration, domain portfolio, email and retail lines of business.

During his tenure, Tucows has grown to become the largest wholesale provider of domain names. Under Elliot’s leadership, the company has rapidly expanded the wholesale service line to include email services, SSL certificates, and enhanced domain name offerings which are sold through a growing international reseller channel.

Elliot has been a leader in the Internet industry for over a decade. He champions areas of vital interest to the service providers and Internet users including privacy, ICANN reform and registrar matters, and the implications of emerging technologies.

Elliot chairs the University of Toronto’s Department of Computer Science Advisory Board and is a distinguished graduate of the University of Toronto where he earned a BA. He earned an MBA and LLB from the University of Western Ontario.

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2018 - Sep 26 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - Sep 26 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - Sep 26 on Undone! Failure of Persuasion in UDRP Proceedings
2018 - May 30 on ICANN vs EPAG/Tucows: Tucows Releases Statement on What They're Doing and Why
2018 - May 30 on ICANN vs EPAG/Tucows: Tucows Releases Statement on What They're Doing and Why
2014 - Jul 22 on France Wants IGF Replaced by World Internet Council
2014 - Mar 05 on Et Tu, ICANN? ICANN Board's Recent Decision on the .Islam and .Halal TLD Applications Is Wrong
2013 - Oct 01 on ICANN Opens GNSO Whois Study on Privacy/Proxy Abuse for Comment
2011 - Aug 04 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2011 - Aug 04 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2011 - Aug 03 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2011 - Aug 03 on Does ICANN Need to Evolve Its Code of Conduct?
2010 - Aug 01 on Taking Back the DNS
2009 - Jun 13 on "It's The Internet Stupid" ...I Respectfully Disagree
2009 - Jun 09 on "It's The Internet Stupid" ...I Respectfully Disagree
2009 - Apr 28 on In Support of ICANN's New Trademark Protection Rules (Mostly)
2009 - Mar 03 on Domain Name Registration: Not a Technology Service Any More?

Topic Interests

DNSNew TLDsDomain NamesICANNWhoisPrivacyPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceSpamCybersecurityUDRPLawDomain ManagementRegistry ServicesBroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityTelecomCybercrimeThreat IntelligenceBrand Protection

Recent Blogs

Tucows Comments on ICANN Applicant Guidebook

Some Thoughts on ICANN’s Next CEO

A Postitive Look at DENIC’s .Net Bid

Nations at WSIS Better Off with an ICANN-Like Structure

President of Tucows in Response to SiteFinder

Popular Posts

President of Tucows in Response to SiteFinder

Nations at WSIS Better Off with an ICANN-Like Structure

President of Tucows Responds to WLS Issue

A Postitive Look at DENIC’s .Net Bid

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