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Martin Boyle

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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 international policy discussions. He works with key stakeholders to positively shape the development of the Internet.<ref>[]</ref>
He also serves as a Member of [[ENISA Permanent Stakeholders Group]], and an ad-hoc Working Group on the Protection of Country Names in Connection with the Introduction of New [[gTLD]]s.<ref>[]</ref>
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.
== Work With Industry and ICANN work ==
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,<ref>[]</ref> a panelist at 9th Meeting of the [[ICANN Studienkreis]],<ref>[]</ref> and at “International Debate: [[ICANN]], [[Whois]], and the New [[MoU]]”.<ref>[]</ref> Mr. Boyle has been the UK Representative to ICANN's [[GAC]].<ref>[]</ref>
Mr. Boyle has been the UK Representative to ICANN's [[GAC]].<ref>[]</ref>Mr. Boyle was the reprensetative of the UK in some of the discussion discussions regarding authorizing the [[.xxx]] [[TLDsTLD]]. He believed that if the .xxx is authorized it should be properly regulated. He sent a [ letter] to [[Vint Cerf]] regarding this.
He was a National Representative to [[WSIS]] a [[ISOC]] board trustee meeting in 2006.<ref>[]</ref> He also takes part in [[IGF]] workshops.<ref>[]</ref>

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