Jay Daley

Jay Daley

Posting here in a personal capacity
Joined on March 15, 2004
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About

I am the IETF Executive Director having previously been the CEO of .org, CEO of the .nz registry and CTO of .uk.  My posts on CircleID are from my domain name days and do not represent the views of the IETF.

Except where otherwise noted, all postings by Jay Daley on CircleID are licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Comments

2018 - Nov 28 on Stop Using the Term "Open Internet"
2017 - May 02 on Sorry, Not Sorry: WHOIS Data Must Remain Public
2015 - Jul 17 on Where Has the Domain Name Growth Gone?
2014 - Jul 06 on Thank You GNSO - From the SHE.africa
2013 - Aug 07 on The Long Gestation and Afterlife of New gTLDs
2013 - Jul 30 on Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy
2013 - Jul 26 on Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy
2013 - Jul 26 on Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy
2012 - Nov 28 on Africa vs. Africa: The GAC Early Warnings on New gTLD Applications Indicate an Africa Divided
2012 - Oct 21 on ICANN's Noah: Chehade's 40-Day Report Card
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2012 - Feb 15 on Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question
2011 - Nov 30 on IANA Checkmate - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice Shame on Me
2011 - Oct 07 on Governing the Internet: The Model is the Message
2011 - Apr 14 on Will Blocking a TLD Fracture the Internet?
2010 - Aug 07 on Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View
2010 - Aug 06 on Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View
2010 - Aug 06 on Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View
2010 - Feb 02 on The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time
2009 - Oct 05 on An Authenticated Internet
2009 - Aug 27 on Swedish Regulator Bans Inclusion of Letters "b", "a", "n", "k" in Domain Names Under .SE
2009 - Aug 03 on Accepting New Top-Level Domains As Suffix-Less Cyber Brands
2009 - May 05 on Another Attack, Another Reason for the Urgency of DNSSEC Adoption
2009 - May 05 on Another Attack, Another Reason for the Urgency of DNSSEC Adoption
2009 - Apr 26 on Domain Name Registries Must Do More to Protect Highly-Trafficked Domains
2009 - Mar 31 on Complicating ICANN's New TLDs Decision
2008 - May 09 on New CIRA Whois Policy Strikes Balance Between Privacy and Access
2007 - Dec 15 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 15 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 14 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 13 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Dec 13 on DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!
2007 - Apr 12 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2007 - Apr 11 on Splitting the Root: It's Too Late
2006 - Dec 14 on AFNIC and DNS Server Redelegation
2006 - Dec 14 on AFNIC and DNS Server Redelegation

Topic Interests

DNSWhoisNew TLDsIPv6 Transition IPv4 MarketsRegional RegistriesNetworksBroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityInternet ProtocolPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceRegistry ServicesICANNDomain NamesCybersecurityWebCyberattackThreat IntelligenceLawCensorshipCybercrimeMultilinguismDNS SecurityEnumTelecomPrivacySpamDomain ManagementWirelessDDoS Attack

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