Timothy Denton

Timothy Denton

lawyer, former national regulator (CRTC)
Joined on September 29, 2003 – Canada
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Timothy Denton is a lawyer and former National Commissioner of the CRTC, the federal broadcast and telecoms regulator.  He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Registry of Internet Numbers. He lives in Ottawa, Canada. He works on telecommunications policy, domain names, next-generation 9-1-1 and addressing policy. He practices with Philip Palmer, a former federal lawyer with the Department of Justice. Together they constitute the Windermere Group.

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Canada's Telecom Regulator to Uphold and Strengthen Commitment to Net Neutrality

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  • Comment posted Mar 03, 2015 7:20 pm PST — by Timothy Denton
    Yes, I agree.

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DNSCensorshipInternet GovernanceICANNPolicy & RegulationTelecomNet NeutralityLawMobile InternetInternet ProtocolNew TLDsSpamEmailNetworksAccess Providers

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