Konstantinos Komaitis

Konstantinos Komaitis is a resident senior fellow on global governance and democracy with the Democracy + Tech Initiative of the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab. He is leading the work on Internet governance.

Komaitis has spent ten years in active policy development and strategy as a senior director at the Internet Society, where he led a series of projects, including the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority transition. Before joining the Internet Society, he spent seven years as a senior lecturer at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow where he was researching and teaching internet policy, with particular focus on internet governance, intellectual property, trade, and cybersecurity. Komaitis has worked for the New York Times and provided strategic advice to a variety of companies and international organizations on internet governance and public-policy issues. 

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