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Afilias' specialized technology makes Internet addresses more accessible and useful through a wide range of applications, including Internet domain registry services, Managed DNS and award-winning mobile Web services.

Speaking Engagement

Data Privacy: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Prospects for Legislation in the U.S.

Date: 
Apr 15, 2019
Location: 
American University

Join Ram Mohan, Chief Operating Officer of Afilias, from 3:00-4:30pm for a panel discussion on The Intersection of Data Privacy and Internet Governance.

Afilias' Ram Mohan Discusses the Mobile Web

 

Pinky Brand, Director of Global Domain Sales at dotMobi, spends a few minutes discussing the mobile Web and the .mobi domain with Ram Mohan, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Afilias Limited. This was filmed at ICANN, held during October 2009 in Seoul, Korea.

Afilias at ad:tech NY: We'll help you get your own TLD

 

Read David Spark's ad:tech NY blog post about Afilias's new TLD expertise!

Afilias Opens 2009 Awards for the Best .INFO Web sites

Afilias recognizes the best .INFO Sites and offers over US$15,000 in rewards to the winners

DUBLIN, IRELAND – October 7, 2009 – Today, Afilias announced the opening of the 2009 .INFO Awards. The awards, first created in 2006, rewards the best professionally created .INFO Web sites from around the world. .INFO Site owners are able to submit their .INFO site for consideration until 11:59 p.m. on October 23, 2009.

.INFO Case Study: Domain Anti-Abuse Policies Work

Ram Mohan of Afilias speaking on .INFO's success in dealing with domain abuse during his keynote presentations at APTLD February 23, 2009.

.INFO Case Study: Reducing Phishing Uptime

Afilias' Ram Mohan discusses the effects of the .INFO Domain Anti-Abuse Policy in reducing phishing uptimes and what other TLD operators should consider during the February 2009 APTLD meeting.

Overview of Conficker's initial implications for TLD operators

Afilias' Ram Mohan warns TLD operators about the impact of Conficker, early in its gestation during the February 2009 APTLD meeting. Mr. Mohan warns that "...the Son of Conficker could be far greater. They could go and register domain names in every registry. If that were to happen the Internet as we know it could get put on hold."