Brenden Kuerbis

Brenden Kuerbis

Internet Governance Researcher & Policy Analyst at Georgia Tech
Joined on July 19, 2006
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About

Brenden Kuerbis is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia Tech's School of Public Policy. He is also a contributor to the Internet Governance Project, which is a leading source for coverage and analysis of the management of critical Internet resources and political economy of global Internet policy, and is widely read by governments, industry and civil society.

Topic Interests

DNSInternet GovernanceICANNLawDomain NamesDomain ManagementCybercrimeUDRPCybersecurityDNS SecurityNew TLDsAccess ProvidersCensorshipMultilinguismCyberattackDDoS AttackPolicy & RegulationWebIPv6IP AddressingPrivacyWhoisNetworksTelecomRegional RegistriesEnum

Recent Blogs

IPv6 Deployment Around the World: A New Digital Divide?

Why Aren't We Fixing Route Leaks?

Keep Your Pants On: Governments Want Suspenders for Secure Routing

Can't Sell Your IPv4 Numbers? Try Leasing Them

European Privacy Authorities Object to ICANN Whois Proposals

Popular Posts

The Extent of DNS Services Being Blocked in China

Reading Tea Leaves: China Statement on Internet Policy

IPv6 Deployment Around the World: A New Digital Divide?

Can't Sell Your IPv4 Numbers? Try Leasing Them

The Burr Proposal: Beginning of the End of Unilateral Control of the DNS Root?