Ross Schulman is Public Policy and Regulatory Counsel at the Computer and Communications Industry Association. He was previously with the Center for Democracy and Technology as a program manager handling consumer privacy and information security issues. While there he managed the Anti-Spyware Coalition in developing industry standard definitions and best practices for consumer and business computer security. In the course of eight years living in Washington DC, he has also spent time working in both the Senate, for Senator Ron Wyden and the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the House of Representatives for the House Energy and Commerce Committee. He received his Juris Doctorate degree magna cum laude from American University and his bachelors degree in computer science from Brandeis University.

Clinton, ICANN Address Future Of Internet

President Clinton spoke last night at the 40th meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), currently convening in San Francisco. He urged the members of the international non-profit, which manages the domain name system to keep “stumbling forward” and to remain adaptable as it ages. He didn’t offer particular advice, however, on the…