Milton Mueller

Milton Mueller

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy
Joined on September 10, 2004 – United States
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Milton Mueller is Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy. He is the author of Will the Internet Fragment (Polity, 2017) Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace (MIT Press, 2002), and Networks and States: The Global Politics of Internet Governance (MIT Press, 2010). He is a co-founder of ICANN's Noncommercial Users Constituency and directs the Internet Governance Project (IGP).


Japan Fueling China's Leap to 5G, but for How Long?

A Short History of Internet Protocol Intellectual Property

ICANN the Machine...

An Alternative to CCWG Overreach

Stopping Illegal Activity Online - It's More Complicated Than It Seems

ICANN's Strong Rebuke to Verisign's Chuck Gomes

GAC, Inside Out: When GAC Members Abuse ICANN Procedures...

The GAC Strikes Back

Ethiopia Shows That Congress Is Right to Be Worried About UN Control of the Internet

Proposed New IETF Standard Would Create a Nationally Partitioned "Internet"

U.S. Government Strongly Affirms ICANN Model and New gTLDs

IANA Checkmate - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice Shame on Me

Why the Lawsuit Against .XXX Maybe the Best Sales Tool Ever For New gTLD Applicants

The Introduction of New Domain Name Services: "Due Process" and Innovation

ICANN's "Unelected" Crisis

Underneath the Hood: Ownership vs. Stewardship of the Internet

GAC New gTLD No Fly Zone

Governments Should Promote Cultural Diversity on the Internet

MOPO - The Latest Speed Bump on ICANN's New gTLD Superhighway

The Geo-Politics of ICANN vs ITU

At the ARIN Meeting

ICANN Board Meeting Spoiler Alert

Will Stonewalling on .xxx Be Beckstrom's First Big Mistake?

Google Departure from China Highly Unlikely

The US as Keeper of a 'Free' Internet?

Domain Registry/Registrar Cross Ownership: A Reality Check

Memo to John Markoff: There are No "Do Overs" in History

The Wall Street Lesson for Net Neutrality

700 MHz Update: Will VZ Comply with the Rules?

Groups Insist ICANN Must Maintain Ties with U.S. Department of Commerce after 2009 Expiration Date

DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!

Another Whois-Privacy Stalemate

IGF Preparatory Meeting: A Score Draw in Geneva

Discussion at the Internet Governance Forum in Geneva

The Real Problem with dot-XXX

XXX Comes to a Head

Assault on State Censorship at the IGF

Vint in International Herald Tribune on IDNs

Another View of the New ICANN-DoC Agreement

ICANN and the DOC

ICANN's Work No Longer Prescribed by DOC

ICANN and the DOC

The Blurr-Cade Proposal on Root Zone Oversight

Send a Message to NTIA

Jefferson Rebuffed: The United States and the Future of Internet Governance

XXX Litigation Looms

China's New Domain Names: Lost in Translation

The Villain in the ICANN-VeriSign Struggle is the U.S. Government

The XXX Train Wreck in Vancouver

How to Listen to the Individual Internet User

A Further Look Into ORSN

Why I Am Participating in the ORSN Project

.XXX Puzzle Pieces Start to Come Together: And the Picture is Ugly

Orange Bowl ICANN UDRP Case Explores Fair Use

Languages in the Root: A TLD Launch Strategy Based on ISO 639

Topic Interests

ICANNInternet GovernancePolicy & RegulationInternet ProtocolPrivacyDNSDomain NamesNew TLDsMultilinguismSpamCybersecurityRegional RegistriesWhoisIPv6CensorshipBrand ProtectionDNS SecurityIP AddressingBroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityTelecomWebCybercrimeCyberattackDomain ManagementLawUDRPMalwareRegistry ServicesNetworksDDoS AttackEnumWirelessWhite SpaceMobile Internet

Recent Blogs

The US-China Cold War in Cyberspace

Part 2: Let's Have an Honest Conversation About Huawei

Let's Have an Honest Conversation About Huawei

IGF 2015: Running in Place

Don't Give up on Membership

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