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Andrew Sullivan
President and CEO of . Working to promote the defining values of an open, trusted Internet for everyone. Opinions my own.
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Andrew Sullivan Jul 19
Encryption keeps communication safe. Breaking it, like , means citizens cannot communicate securely with their bank, their doctor, or their emergency services.
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Andrew Sullivan Jul 5
And similarly, if you want to understand the real Internet of full connectivity, follow Ed!
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 19
I look forward to this discussion! And I think I'm more matte finish than brilliant, but I'll see whether I can find some polish.
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Internet Society Jun 18
How Could Break the : In Conversation with - preview of tomorrow's event at London. Watch it live via the , from 17:00 UTC on June 19
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 8
I don't know, but I also find it impossible to believe that has anything to do with the cost of domain names.
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 6
As I suspect you know, comparing registrar prices is not helpful. But I believe .org is slightly more expensive wholesale than .com. I think (personal opinion) it is good value for money and hardly a major expense.
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 6
I am aware of who owns PIR. But they do have a separate board and management, so it is not actually something can change directly. Note I am ISOC liaison to the PIR Board, and am not trying to hide.
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 6
Strictly, .org prices are maintained by , so does not set the price. But I am surprised at the claim .org domains are unusually expensive. Why do you say so?
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Andrew Sullivan Jun 5
I'm pleased to be in Helsinki today for the
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Andrew Sullivan May 29
Replying to @etaylaw
Me too!
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Andrew Sullivan May 22
What a kind thing to say! Thanks.
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Andrew Sullivan May 22
Indeed, _only_ we, all of us, can do it. That's what a network of networks means!
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Andrew Sullivan May 19
Replying to @SullivanISOC
Also, I broke my glasses on the way here, so if I don't say hi, I'm not snubbing you. I just didn't see you.
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Andrew Sullivan May 19
I'm in Reykjavik for . Looking forward to a week with networking friends and colleagues (and people I haven't met, too!)
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Andrew Sullivan May 17
Replying to @cairbreUK @Huawei
To me, this isn't just a privacy issue. It's a basic issue of whether network services can be trustworthy at all. It's a basic functionality question.
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Andrew Sullivan May 13
Replying to @farzanehbadii
I'm not too sure that action against the Internet infrastructure is going to be gratifying for anyone.
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Andrew Sullivan Apr 25
Replying to @praxiem @ISOC_NA
How does everyone know to snap the picture when I close my eyes? 😳
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Andrew Sullivan Feb 26
People divided by a common language: route servers and root servers.
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Andrew Sullivan Feb 26
I'm not sure you need to _trust_ the Internet in that case either. Seems like you need instead a basis to trust that the packet got to the right place.
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APNIC Feb 24
The opening ceremony is about to begin! Tune in live for keynotes from CEO and Korea Telecom's Jemin Chung
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