Anthony Rutkowski

Anthony Rutkowski

Principal, Netmagic Associates LLC
Joined on August 15, 2012 – United States
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Tony Rutkowski is a Distinguished Senior Research Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP) at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.  As Executive Vice President for Yaana Technologies, he has served as rapporteur for cybersecurity in ITU-T since 2009 and served as the counselor for two ITU Secretaries-General between 1988 and 1992, co-authored a published ITU history, and led development and authored many regulatory provisions, laws, briefs, treaties, standards, books, and articles as an engineer-lawyer over many years in multiple positions in industry, government and academic institutions.  At one time, he did real engineering - being responsible for the communications and command & control systems as part of the Apollo Launch Teams at KSC Launch Complex 39.


IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole

Head of UK Intelligence Agency Says Tech Companies Should Provide a Way Around Encryption

Celebrating the ITU's Anniversary with "Abandonment"

We Have a Paradigm for Surveillance That's Broken, Fit Only for the Analogue Past

IETF Looking at Technical Changes to Raise the Bar for Monitoring

Google DNS to Be Discontinued in Brazil Ahead of New Law

Brazil Pushing Plans for Local Internet Data Storage Amid U.S. Spying

Core Internet Institutions Abandon the US Government

23 Countries Ahead of U.S. in Internet Usage According to ITU Broadband Report

The Importance of Contributing to the ITU CWG-Internet Open Consultation by 1 August 2013

Calling Stumps at WCIT: Win, Lose or Draw?

WCIT-12 Disappoints, More Work to Be Done

WCIT Off to a Flying Start

The Only Winning Game at the WCIT

The Great ITU Internet Heist

The London Process Arrived in Budapest: Another Travel Circus for the Internet Community?

Is the WCIT Indeed Wicked?

What to Say About the Treaty on the ITRs: Crib Notes

RIPE NCC is Reaching the Last /8 of IPv4

Metrics of Major Standards Bodies

Do Agencies Already Have the Authority to Issue Critical Infrastructure Protection Regulations?

Privatizing the ITU-T: Back to the Future

Topic Interests

LawPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceTelecomSecurityICANNRegional RegistriesCyberattackCybercrimeData CenterIPv6IP AddressingRegistry ServicesAccess ProvidersBroadbandPrivacyWebDNSInternet ProtocolMobile

Recent Blogs

IETF's Descent Into the Political Rabbit Hole

ITU-T - Still Living in 1924

Celebrating the ITU's Anniversary with "Abandonment"

The ITU Plenipotentiary: Member States Decrease Financial Contributions

The ITU Busan Plenipotentiary

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