Sivasubramanian Muthusamy

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Organization: Internet Society India Chennai
Affiliation: ALAC
Fellowship Program
GDD
I* Organization
Stakeholder Group(s): Civil Society/Non-Governmental
End User
Region: Asia
Country: India
Email: 6.Internet [at] gmail.com
Website:

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Blog: http://wealthyworld.blogspot.com
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Sivasubramanian Muthusamy is the President of ISOC India Chennai,[1] which is an At-Large Structure within the APRALO region within ICANN. He is also the Proprietor and Director at Turiya and Nameshop. [2]

Turiya would eventually introduce Mobile Internet Devices with an open source operating system, under the brand name Turiya; Nameshop is a new gTLD applicant.

At ICANN, Sivasubramanian (Shiva) has served as the ALAC IDN Liaison, has taken part in ALAC, GNSO and cross constituency working groups.[3]

He has organized IGF workshops at the IGF meetings at Hyderabad, Sharm el Sheik, Vilnius, Nairobi, Baku, Istanbul and Geneva and also serves the Dynamic Coalition on Core Internet Values

Career History

Participation in International Events

  • Regional and Global Internet Governance Forums since Internet Governance Forum, Hyderabad. Dec 03 – 06, 2009
  • Over 21 ICANN meetings since the ICANN meeting and the at-Large Summit, Mexico. Feb. 27 – March 7, 2009
  • Global Conference on CyberSpace 2015, The Hague, Netherlands
  • OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Future of Internet Economy, Seoul, Korea. June 2008
  • International Model United Nations, UN General Assembly, New York as one of the four Delegate from Indian Junior Chamber. July 29 – Aug 2 1991
  • Rotary Group Study Exchange of the Rotary Foundation to Argentina and Paraguay as Exchange Student. 6 weeks in 1994
  • Rotary International Short term Youth Exchange program to (West) Germany. 4 weeks in Sep 1987[5]

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