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    .org ISOC Announces New PIR Board
    posted by michael on Monday October 20 2003, @05:51PM

    dmehus writes "The Internet Society today announced the new Board of Directors for Public Interest Registry, the non-profit registry operator for the .ORG generic Top-Level Domain. There was no mention on whether or not returning Director David Maher will be re-elected Chairman, but one would assume so.

    It looks to me like a well-rounded, globally representative Board, and perhaps, a model Board for the other domain name registries. There's a couple IP and communications law attornies; some technology and telecom experts; a privacy advocate; and people with management expertise."



    "Here is the new Board.
    Returning PIR Board members:

    David Maher (US - 3 years): Partner, Chicago office of the law firm Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal; intellectual property and communications law expert; former ISOC Vice President of Public Policy; member of the International Ad Hoc Committee (IAHC); World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Arbitration & Mediation Center Panel of Neutrals.

    Marc Rotenberg (US - 3 years): Executive Director of Electronic Privacy Information Center; Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law Center; Chairman of the American Bar Association Committee on Privacy and Information Protection; UNESCO Expert Panel on Cyberspace Law.

    Frode Greisen (Europe - 1 year): Board member of Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE NCC) Association; former president European Research and Education Network; former chairman and founding board member ISOC; former president Trans-European Education and Research Networking Association (TERENA).

    New PIR Board members:

    Amadeu Abril i Abril (Europe - 2 years): ICANN Board of Directors 1999-2003; member ICANN's Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Names Council; professor of EU Law and Director of European Documentation Center at ESADE Law School; legal counsel for IP/IT group for Cuatrecasas Law Firm; legal and policy advisory to Nominalia.

    Geoff Huston (Asia Pacific - 2 years): Technical Manager of the Australian Academic and Research Network 1989-1995; Chief Internet Scientist Telstra 1995-present; Internet Architecture Board (IAB) 1999-present; Executive Director of IAB; ISOC Founding Board Member (1992-1995), Board Secretary (1993-1999; 2000-2001), Chairman (1999-2000); Asia Pacific Network Information Center Executive Council 8 years.

    Eva Frölich (Europe - 1 year): 20 years experience in IT and telecom; member Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE), Council of European National Top-Level Domain Registries (CENTRE), Internet Council of Registrars (CORE); Director of European Technology Development for NeuLevel; Senior Technical Industry Liaison for NeuStar; Network Information Centre Sweden AB (NIC-SE).

    Kenny Huang (Asia Pacific - 1 year): pioneer of Internet Development in Taiwan; ICANN Address Council, Asia Pacific Representative; ICANN Internationalized Domain Name Registry Implementation Committee (IDN-RIC); founding member Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC); co-chair Address Policy SIG, Asia Pacific Network; Advisor Chinese Domain Name Consortium; Co-Chair, JET (Joint Engineer Team, formed by JPNIC, KRNIC, CNNIC, TWNIC); Searchable Internet Resource Name (SIREN).

    In addition, ISOC President and CEO Lynn St. Amour continues to have a seat on the new Board as a non-voting, ex-officio representative.
    "

     
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