Ian Peter

Ian Peter


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About

Ian Peter became involved in the early beginnings of the Internet in Australia and Asia-Pacific from 1986. Currently a resident of Brisbane, Australia, he is involved with worldwide Internet organisations, provides strategic advice on Internet issues, and maintains a key interest in the early history of the Internet.

In 1993 he founded Ian Peter and Associates Pty Ltd, which works in the areas of strategy, policy, analysis and project management for a wide range of organisations. The company has a proud history of successfully managing change in large organisations, and of innovative approaches to business transformation across a wide range of areas including information technology management, human resource management, and communications management.

Past clients have included the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN-DNSO), Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), Telstra, Nortel, Ergon Energy, ABC-TV, Commonwealth of Australia and Queensland Government whole of government initiatives.

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Comments

2014 - Nov 11 on Accountability Group Charter Sets the Bar Too Low
2012 - Dec 23 on WCIT-12 Disappoints, More Work to Be Done
2012 - Oct 17 on ICANN's Noah: Chehade's 40-Day Report Card
2009 - Mar 06 on Memo to John Markoff: There are No "Do Overs" in History
2008 - Jan 15 on Up to 300 Megawatt Worth of Keepalive Messages to be Saved by IPv6?
2008 - Jan 09 on Up to 300 Megawatt Worth of Keepalive Messages to be Saved by IPv6?
2006 - Oct 11 on ICANN Sacrifices Privacy for Shot at Independence
2006 - Oct 11 on ICANN Sacrifices Privacy for Shot at Independence
2006 - Mar 01 on China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation
2006 - Jan 11 on IPv6: Extinction, Evolution or Revolution?
2005 - Oct 10 on If It's About to Break, Fix It!
2005 - Sep 15 on .XXX as Proposed is Wrong for Families & Kids
2005 - Jun 03 on Some Notes on the .XXX Top-Level Domain
2005 - Jun 03 on Some Notes on the .XXX Top-Level Domain
2005 - Jan 31 on Preventing A New World Internet Order
2004 - Sep 14 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part II

Topic Interests

DNSIPv6 TransitionInternet ProtocolCybersecurityInternet GovernanceEmailThreat IntelligenceMultilinguismICANNSpamPrivacyCensorshipNew TLDsDomain NamesRegistry ServicesVoIP IPv4 MarketsPolicy & RegulationMobile InternetTelecomDDoS AttackNetworksWhoisWeb

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