Kathryn Kleiman is a visiting research scholar at CITP. She is a technologist and lawyer and part of the group that founded ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers). As a co-founder of ICANN’s Noncommercial Users Constituency, she works for fair and balanced policies in the global domain name system and helped draft the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS), Proxy Privacy Accreditation (PPSAI). She served as director of Policy for The Public Interest Registry and co-lead of the Internet Law & Policy Group of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth. Her research interests include the structure and balance of private Internet governance systems, algorithmic fairness, privacy enhancing technologies, policy processes of free expression and intellectual property, and untold stories of the diversity of computing pioneers.
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