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In June, 2010, he responded to [[ICANN]]'s calls for volunteers for the [[Whois Policies Review Team]].<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/reviews/affirmation/application-bladel-motivation-letter-11jun10-en.pdf ICANN.org]</ref>
 
In June, 2010, he responded to [[ICANN]]'s calls for volunteers for the [[Whois Policies Review Team]].<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/reviews/affirmation/application-bladel-motivation-letter-11jun10-en.pdf ICANN.org]</ref>
 
James has also been involved with the [[ATRT|Accountability and Transparency Review Team]].<ref>[http://kierenmccarthy.com/2010/09/29/is-icanns-independent-review-dead-in-the-water/ KierenMcCarthy.com]</ref>
 
James has also been involved with the [[ATRT|Accountability and Transparency Review Team]].<ref>[http://kierenmccarthy.com/2010/09/29/is-icanns-independent-review-dead-in-the-water/ KierenMcCarthy.com]</ref>
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==Videos===
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<videoflash>wC5BGOKnArs</videoflash>
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<br/>[[Raymond King]] interviews Bladel about his role at GoDaddy, their TLDs, and the Registrar Stakeholder Meeting at [[ICANN 45]] in Toronto, Canada.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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James Bladel is the Director of Policy Planning at GoDaddy, where he oversees the management of gTLD and ccTLD relations. He is a part of the GNSO.[1][2]

He has had the chance to prove his leadership in a variety of fields, from computer science and tech fields to HR and contract law.[3]

He represents GoDaddy within the The Registration Infrastructure Security Group.[4]

ICANN Participation

Mr. Bladel's continued participation at ICANN meetings includes updating the community, especially the Registrar Stakeholder Group, on PDP, Working Groups, and other similar issues. He has made presentations at ICANN Seoul, ICANN Nairobi, and ICANN Sydney.[5][6] Mr. Bladel was also responsible for unveiling GoDaddy's new DNS service at ICANN Cartagena. The service allows the average domain name owners to implement DNSSEC without having to worry about manually generating or managing cryptographic keys.[7]

He has expressed personal views that ICANN constantly strive to hold meetings in areas that can attract large numbers of attendees in order to better make meaningful and significant decisions. He also hopes that ICANN continues to address and improve its resources for those individuals partaking in Remote Participation.[8]

In June, 2010, he responded to ICANN's calls for volunteers for the Whois Policies Review Team.[9] James has also been involved with the Accountability and Transparency Review Team.[10]

Videos=

<videoflash>wC5BGOKnArs</videoflash>
Raymond King interviews Bladel about his role at GoDaddy, their TLDs, and the Registrar Stakeholder Meeting at ICANN 45 in Toronto, Canada.

References