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He also serves as a Member of [[ENISA Permanent Stakeholders Group]] and Ad-hoc Working Group on the Protection of Country Names in Connection with the Introduction of New [[gTLD]]s.<ref>[http://ccnso.icann.org/workinggroups/protection-country-names-wg.htm ccnso.icann.org]</ref>
 
He also serves as a Member of [[ENISA Permanent Stakeholders Group]] and Ad-hoc Working Group on the Protection of Country Names in Connection with the Introduction of New [[gTLD]]s.<ref>[http://ccnso.icann.org/workinggroups/protection-country-names-wg.htm ccnso.icann.org]</ref>
 
  
 
== Career History ==
 
== Career History ==

Revision as of 06:53, 10 April 2011

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Martin Boyle is the Senior Policy Advisor at Nominet UK, where he develops the UK-IGF multi-stakeholder partnership to ensure effective British engagement in the international discussions. He works with Key Stakeholders to positively change Internet users and to shape the development of the Interne [1]

He also serves as a Member of ENISA Permanent Stakeholders Group and Ad-hoc Working Group on the Protection of Country Names in Connection with the Introduction of New gTLDs.[2]

Career History

Mr. Boyle has been working with Nominet since 2008. Prior to which he was the head of the International Communications Policy team in the UK Department for business. Following WSIS, he worked with other partners to promote British involvement in the Internet Governance Forum, the initiative that became the UK-IGF. From 2005-2008, he was the Head of International ICT Policy at Department for Business.

He was a speaker at the EuroDIG 2009[3] a panelist at 9th Meeting of the ICANN Studienkreis[4] and at “International Debate: ICANN, Whois, and the New MoU”[5] Mr. Boyle has been the UK Representative at GAC.[6]

Education

He has studied from the University of Surrey.[7]

References