Chris Buckridge

Based in Amsterdam




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Chris Buckridge is an independent Internet governance expert, currently serving as a member of the UN Internet Governance Forum Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), and the Co-Chair of the MG Working Group on IGF Strategy and Strengthening. From 2006-2023, he was an employee of the RIPE NCC.

“Let’s Go Virtual!”: Reflections on a Community Discussion

Recently, the RIPE NCC and LINX held an online discussion with around 50 people to consider the impact that our COVID-19 era “remote only” approach to events has had on the Internet technical community. In this article, we’d like to try capture some of the key insights and perspectives that came th…

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COVID-19: Changing the Internet Governance Landscape

I recently had the opportunity to speak in a webinar organised by the ISOC UK England Chapter on “COVID-19 and The Future of Internet Governance”. The session looked at the diverse impacts of COVID-19 on Internet governance-related issues. In this article, I want to discuss two of these impacts fro…

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Why the ITU Plenipotentiary Matters in 2018

Within the RIPE community, it’s easy to take for granted that Internet policy will continue to be developed by the technical community for the benefit of all Internet users – but the open, inclusive, bottom-up model of Internet governance is one that needs to be explained and, at times, defended on…

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IGF 2017 Liveblog

The 12th annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) runs from 17 - 21 December 2017 in Geneva, and the RIPE NCC will be liveblogging key moments from the event. Check back on this page from Sunday afternoon for regular updates on the issues, arguments and ideas from RIPE NCC staff and RI…

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