Jay Daley

Jay Daley

Chief Executive of the .nz registry
Joined on March 15, 2004 – New Zealand
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I am the Chief Executive of the .nz registry based in Wellington.  .nz is owned by InternetNZ, which has two subsidiaries that manage .nz.  I run one of those, NZRS Ltd, and the other is the Domain Name Commission, who regulate .nz.  Previous to this role I was the Director of IT at Nominet, the .uk registry.


Stop Using the Term "Open Internet"

Sorry, Not Sorry: WHOIS Data Must Remain Public

Where Has the Domain Name Growth Gone?

Thank You GNSO - From the SHE.africa

The Long Gestation and Afterlife of New gTLDs

Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy

Africa vs. Africa: The GAC Early Warnings on New gTLD Applications Indicate an Africa Divided

ICANN's Noah: Chehade's 40-Day Report Card

Google's Free Public DNS Load Tops VeriSign, Raising Dot-Com Contract Tender Question

IANA Checkmate - Fool Me Once, Shame on You, Fool Me Twice Shame on Me

Governing the Internet: The Model is the Message

Will Blocking a TLD Fracture the Internet?

Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View

The Greatest Free Riders of Our Time

An Authenticated Internet

Swedish Regulator Bans Inclusion of Letters "b", "a", "n", "k" in Domain Names Under .SE

Accepting New Top-Level Domains As Suffix-Less Cyber Brands

Another Attack, Another Reason for the Urgency of DNSSEC Adoption

Domain Name Registries Must Do More to Protect Highly-Trafficked Domains

Complicating ICANN's New TLDs Decision

New CIRA Whois Policy Strikes Balance Between Privacy and Access

DNSSEC: Once More, With Feeling!

Splitting the Root: It's Too Late

AFNIC and DNS Server Redelegation

Topic Interests

DNSWhoisNew TLDsIPv6IP AddressingRegional RegistriesNetworksBroadbandAccess ProvidersNet NeutralityInternet ProtocolPolicy & RegulationInternet GovernanceRegistry ServicesICANNDomain NamesCybersecurityWebCyberattackLawCensorshipCybercrimeMultilinguismTelecomEnumDNS SecurityPrivacyDomain ManagementSpamWirelessDDoS Attack

Recent Blogs

A Case for Regulating Social Media Platforms

The Reality Virus

Where Has the Domain Name Growth Gone?

Avoiding an ICANN Monopoly on Policy

The Root Is Not a TLD

Popular Posts

Getting WHOIS Server Address Directly from Registry

Net Neutrality: A Net-Head View

IPv4 Address Exhaustion and a Trading Market

Where Has the Domain Name Growth Gone?

IPv4 Historical Imbalances and the Threat to IPv6