Research Director, Packet Clearing House
Joined on May 10, 2005 – United States
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Bill Woodcock is the research director of Packet Clearing House, the international non-profit agency that supports critical Internet infrastructure, including Internet exchange points, the core of the domain name system, emergency and security coordination, and conducts more than 70 educational workshops for engineers and policy-makers each year.
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I have a "We the People" petition up on the White House website to decrease the US government funding to the ITU from $11M/year to the minimum $22K/year and minimize the USG head-count at meetings, with all of the reclaimed resources going to support Internet governance and diplomacy supporting the multistakeholder Internet governance model. more»