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Thursday, September 4 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
WS100: Carrier Grade NAT Impacts on Users, Markets and Cybercrime [CB]

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One tool for conserving IPv4 addresses is called Carrier Grade Network Address Translation, or simply CGN.

This workshop will discuss the implications of the deployment of CGNs on Internet users, applications designers, law enforcement and access providers.

However, the use of Network Address Translation doesn’t come for free. However, recent research shows that Internet application developers and Internet users will bear most of the impact of CGN implementation:

• How will developers of applications, such as online gaming and VoIP, cope with multiple CGN implementations - having to find workarounds for each?
• What will consumers do when they find that applications they count on no longer function correctly and that troubleshooting those problems becomes more difficult?
• Will Law Enforcement be able to manage when they find that traditional techniques for identifying and tracking criminals no longer work in the presence of CGNs?

This means that access to the Internet, that most basic foundation of the Internet’s global success, is substantially different than it was just five years ago. What does this mean for Internet Governance? Clearly, this is an area where new technology has implications for Internet governance and policy making.

The Internet ecosystem distributes decision-making throughout the network of networks and throughout the network of stakeholders. The decision of ISPs to deploy CGN technology is an example of a case where individual decisions at some points of the network have implications on a much wider range of Internet stakeholders and users.

Moderators
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Mark McFadden

Director, Internet Infrastructure and Governance, Interconnect Communications
Mark is the principal consultant for Internet infrastructure and addressing at InterConnect Communications in Chepstow, Wales. He is a specialist in global Internet addressing and naming. For five years, Mark was the Senior Strategist for Internet Naming and Addressing Policy at BT. With more than 20 years of operational and policy experience with IP addressing he has extensive experience in large-scale internetworking. He is an active... Read More →

Speakers
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Robert Flaim

Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Robert Flaim has been a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) for the Federal Bureau of Investigation for over seventeen (17) years. Currently, SSA Flaim is assigned to the Executive Staff Unit of the Operational Technology Division in Quantico, Virginia.  Since 2004, Mr. Flaim has worked on Internet Governance efforts with the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and Regional Internet Registries, i.e., ARIN, RIPE NCC, the... Read More →
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Geoff Huston

Geoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at APNIC, where he undertakes research on topics associated with Internet infrastructure, IP technologies, and address distribution policies. From 1995 to 2005, Geoff was the Chief Internet Scientist at Telstra, where he provided a leading role in the construction and further development of Telstra's Internet service offerings, both in Australia and as part of Telstra's global operations. Prior to Telstra, Mr... Read More →
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Emily Taylor

Emily Taylor is an Internet governance and policy professional. Her work includes the annual World Report on Internationalised Domain Names (lead author) for EURid and UNESCO with the support of Verisign.  She has also contributed to reports for the UK regulator, Ofcom, a review of ICANN's policy development process, and she served as an evaluator for the ICANN new gTLD process.  Emily is a member of the Global... Read More →

Remote Moderators
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Samantha Dickinson

Internet governance consultant and writer, Lingua Synaptica
Samantha Dickinson is a writer and Internet governance consultant at Lingua Synaptica, with expertise in analyzing and explaining Internet-related issues under discussion at ICANN and at intergovernmental forums including the ITU, CSTD and UNGA. She live tweets Internet governance meetings and is followed and read by a wide range of Internet governance participants from the Internet technical community, civil society and the business sector, as... Read More →


Thursday September 4, 2014 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Workshop Room 10 (Rumeli -1 Floor / Room 7 + 8)

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