Paul Diaz

Paul Diaz

Vice President of Policy, Public Interest Registry
Joined on April 14, 2005 – United States
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About

Paul Diaz has nearly two decades of policy development and analysis experience. Prior to joining Public Interest Registry (PIR) in October 2011, he spent over 12 years as Senior Policy Manager for Network Solutions. There Mr. Diaz led policy development and compliance initiatives related to domain names, ICANN consensus policies and industry regulations that impacted the company’s corporate objectives. He also engaged in governmental advocacy through presenting various issues to Congress and Executive branch agencies.

Topic Interests

Registry ServicesDomain ManagementInternet GovernancePolicy & RegulationDomain NamesNew TLDsLawDNSICANNBroadbandDNS SecurityAccess ProvidersCybersecurityCybercrimeWhoisSpam

Recent Blogs

LAC, the DNS, and the Importance of Comunidad

Towards a More Fully Accountable and Transparent ICANN

Internet Governance and the Public Interest

Important Progress on Accountability and Transparency

Online Property Protection and the Public Interest

Popular Posts

Internet Governance and the Public Interest

LAC, the DNS, and the Importance of Comunidad

Online Property Protection and the Public Interest

Important Progress on Accountability and Transparency

Towards a More Fully Accountable and Transparent ICANN