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 international policy discussions. He works with key stakeholders to positively shape the development of the Internet.
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.
Mr. Boyle was a speaker at the Internet Governance for Development: Focusing on the Issues.
Work With ICANN
In response to the WSIS he worked with other partners to promote British involvement in the [[IGF|Internet Governance Forum], the initiative eventually became the UK-IGF. From 2005 to 2008, he was the Head of International ICT Policy within the U.K. Department for Business.
He was a speaker at the EuroDIG 2009, a panelist at 9th Meeting of the ICANN Studienkreis, and at “International Debate: ICANN, Whois, and the New MoU”. Mr. Boyle has been the UK Representative to ICANN's GAC.
Mr. Boyle was the reprensetative of UK in the discussion regarding authorizing .xxx TLD. He believed that if the [[.xxx] is authorized it should be properly regulated. He sent a letter to Vint Cerf regarding this.
He studied at the University of Surrey.