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'''Michael''' ('''Mick''') '''Moran''' is the Coordinator for the Crimes Against Children Department and Sub-Director of the Trafficking in Human Beings Department at [[Interpol]], a position he has held since 2006. In this role, he deals with online child exploitation investigation. His main interest for attending ICANN conferences is secure communications between international police officials.<ref>[[ICANN 40]] Interview</ref>
 
'''Michael''' ('''Mick''') '''Moran''' is the Coordinator for the Crimes Against Children Department and Sub-Director of the Trafficking in Human Beings Department at [[Interpol]], a position he has held since 2006. In this role, he deals with online child exploitation investigation. His main interest for attending ICANN conferences is secure communications between international police officials.<ref>[[ICANN 40]] Interview</ref>
  

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Michael (Mick) Moran is the Coordinator for the Crimes Against Children Department and Sub-Director of the Trafficking in Human Beings Department at Interpol, a position he has held since 2006. In this role, he deals with online child exploitation investigation. His main interest for attending ICANN conferences is secure communications between international police officials.[1]

References

  1. ICANN 40 Interview