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'''Mike O'Connor''' got involved with the Internet when he was the Controller and Administrative CIO for the University of Minnesota in the late '80's. He later went on to found a high-speed ISP in the mid-90's. He is interested in [[gTLD]]s.
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'''Mike O'Connor''' has been involved with the Internet since he become the Controller and Administrative CIO for the University of Minnesota in the late '80's. He later went on to found a high-speed [[ISP]] in the mid-90's. He is interested in [[gTLD]]s.
  
 
==Work in Broadcasting==
 
==Work in Broadcasting==
 
 
He founded WORT-FM, a community radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He was also involved with KUSP in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, KFAI in Minneapolis, WEFT in Chambana and was a co-founder of the [http://www.nfcb.org/ National Federation of Community Broadcasters] in Washington, DC.
 
He founded WORT-FM, a community radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He was also involved with KUSP in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, KFAI in Minneapolis, WEFT in Chambana and was a co-founder of the [http://www.nfcb.org/ National Federation of Community Broadcasters] in Washington, DC.
  
 
==ICANN Involvement==
 
==ICANN Involvement==
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He is a Member of the [[GNSO]]'s [[Commercial and Business Constituency]], where he is a member of the [[Credentials Committee]].<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/oconnorstp linkedin profile]</ref> His primary focus is on GNSO (and cross-constituency) [[Working Groups]] that deal with the security and stability of the [[DNS]], including the following (in reverse chronological order):
  
I am a member of the [[GNSO]], [[Commercial and Business Constituency]] where I'm a member of the Credentials Committee.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/oconnorstp linkedin profile]</ref>
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* Fake Renewal Notices ([[FRN]]) (chair)
 
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* Cross Community Working Group Drafting Team ([[CCWG]])
My primary focus is on GNSO (and cross-constituency) working groups that deal with the security and stability of the DNS.  Here's a list of most of them (in reverse chronological order)
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* Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis ([[DSSA]]) (co-chair)
 
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* Vertical Integration [[PDP]] ([[VI]]) (co-chair)
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsofakerenewaldraft/Fake+Renewal+Notices+DT+Home Fake Renewal Notices (FRN)] (chair)
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* [[Zone File Access Advisory Group]]
 
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* [[High Security Zone TLD Advisory Group]]
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoccwgdraftteam/Home Cross Community Working Group Drafting Team (CCWG)]
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* Post Expiration Domain Name Transfer ([[PEDNR]])
 
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* [[Registration Abuse Policies Implementation Drafting Team]] (chair)
[https://community.icann.org/display/AW/Joint+DNS+Security+and+Stability+Analysis+Working+Group Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis (DSSA)] (co-chair)
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* Registration Abuse Policies ([[RAP-WG]])
 
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* [[Fast Flux PDP]] ([[Fast Flux]])
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsovertint/Vertical+Integration+PDP+Working+Group Vertical Integration PDP (VI)] (co-chair)
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C ([[IRTP-C]])
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part B ([[IRTP-B]])
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* Inter Registrar Transfer Policy Part A ([[IRTP-A]])
  
[http://www.icann.org/en/topics/new-gtlds/zone-file-access-en.htm Zone File Access Advisory Group]
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===ICANN Meetings Attended===
 
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* [[ICANN 25|Wellington]]
[http://www.icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-11mar11-en.htm High Security Zone TLD Advisory Group]
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* [[ICANN 30|Los Angeles]]
 
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* [[ICANN 32|Paris]]
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsopednr/PEDNR+WG+-+Home Post Expiration Domain Name Transfer (PEDNR)]
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* [[ICANN 33|Cairo]]
 
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* [[ICANN 37|Nairobi]] (remote participation: Reston, VA)
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoregabuse/Registration+Abuse+Policies+Implementation+Drafting+Team Registration Abuse Policies Implementation Drafting Team] (chair)
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* [[ICANN 38|Brussels]]
 
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* [[ICANN 39|Cartagena]]
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsorapwg/Registration+Abuse+Polices+Working+Group Registration Abuse Policies (RAP-WG)]
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* [[ICANN 40|San Francisco]]
 
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* [[ICANN 41|Singapore]]
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsofastfluxpdp/Fast+Flux+PDP+Working+Group Fast Flux PDP (Fast Flux)] (chair -- for a while, long story)
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* [[ICANN 42|Dakar]] (remote participation: Praag, WI)
 
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* [[ICANN 43|San José]]
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoirtppdpwg/Home Inter Registrar Transfer Policy Part C (IRTP-C)]
 
 
 
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoirtpb/IRTP+Part+B+PDP+WG+-+Home Inter Registrar Transfer Policy Part B (IRTP-B)]
 
 
 
[https://community.icann.org/display/gnsoirtpa/Inter-Registrar+Transfer+Policy+%28IRTP%29+Part+A+PDP+WG Inter Registrar Transfer Policy Part A (IRTP-A)]
 
 
 
==ICANN meetings Attended==
 
 
 
* Wellington
 
* Los Angeles
 
* Paris
 
* Cairo
 
* Nairobi (remote participation: Reston, VA)
 
* Brussels
 
* Cartagena
 
* San Francisco
 
* Singapore
 
* Dakar (remote participation: Praag, WI)
 
* San José
 
  
 
==Education==
 
==Education==
 
 
He received his MBA in Finance operations from S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management in Cornell University in 1979. He received his BA in Economics from Grinnell College in 1972.
 
He received his MBA in Finance operations from S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management in Cornell University in 1979. He received his BA in Economics from Grinnell College in 1972.
 
==GNSO Working Groups and ICANN Advisory Committees==
 
 
* [[DSSA]] -- Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis
 
* [[Vertical Integration]] -- Vertical Integration
 
* [[IRTP]] -- Inter Registrar Transfer Policy (many versions -- currently IRTP-B)
 
* [[RAP]] -- Registration Abuse Policies
 
* [[PEDNR]] -- Post Expiration Domain Name Recovery
 
* [[FF]]
 
* [[HSTLD]] -- High Security TLD Program Advisory Committee
 
* [[ZFA]] -- Zone File Access Advisory Committee
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Mike O'Connor has been involved with the Internet since he become the Controller and Administrative CIO for the University of Minnesota in the late '80's. He later went on to found a high-speed ISP in the mid-90's. He is interested in gTLDs.

Work in Broadcasting

He founded WORT-FM, a community radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He was also involved with KUSP in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, KFAI in Minneapolis, WEFT in Chambana and was a co-founder of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters in Washington, DC.

ICANN Involvement

He is a Member of the GNSO's Commercial and Business Constituency, where he is a member of the Credentials Committee.[1] His primary focus is on GNSO (and cross-constituency) Working Groups that deal with the security and stability of the DNS, including the following (in reverse chronological order):

ICANN Meetings Attended

Education

He received his MBA in Finance operations from S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management in Cornell University in 1979. He received his BA in Economics from Grinnell College in 1972.

References