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- He delivered a paper titled, How to Make Money from Domain Names (Wie man mit Domain-Namen Geld verdienen kann) at Domain Pulse 2007 in Baden, Switzerland.
- From 2005 to 2007, he served as a board member of au Domain Administration (auDA)
- From 2001 to 2002, he researched the use of new technologies in schools for the British Educational Comunications and Technology agency.
- David Goldstein has been compiling his own internet news service specialising in domain names, internet governance, censorship, government policy, legal and security issues, privacy, and more, since 2002.
- He managed a project to advise Australian ISPs and web hosts of the laws relating to content in Australia at Communications Law Centre during 2001
- In 2000, he worked for nic.at, the Austrian domain name registry; where he performed a variety of roles including updating the website, policy analysis, and research.
- In 1999, Goldstein worked on a filtering and rating system that would be suitable for European internet users on a project funded by the European Commission at the Internet Watch Foundation.
- From 1995 to 1999, David Goldstein served as Project Officer involved in researching and writing the investigation into the Content of Online Services for UNESCO as part of the Online Services section at the then Australian Broadcasting Authority.