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Phil Roberts

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Phil Roberts is the head of Diamond Key Security and focuses his work on the CrypTech initiative. Previously Phil worked at the Internet Society and was involved with work on open standards and technology. He played a major role in the IPv6 efforts leading to World IPv6 Launch in 2012.

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Internet Governance 25 January 2017

Why Collaboration was Key in the Successful Transition of the IANA Functions

On September 30, 2016, the contract between the U.S. government and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers...

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