Antony is a digital governance researcher who focuses on making the notion of “global digital citizenship” real. As a researcher of “open government” and civic engagement through technology, Antony worked at the Governance Lab at New York University to bring open government practices to ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), the organization that manages the Domain Name System (DNS). Antony then worked to increase collaboration in the larger world of Internet governance through the NETmundial Solutions Map, a “map” of who-does-what-and-where for Internet governance and its many associated issues. Antony’s most recent work focused on jurisdictional issues online that involve extraterritorial legal disputes across national borders. Antony is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration with a focus on digital governance and policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

  • Speaker Antony Declercq
  • Talk Title What if the Internet breaks?
  • Category 2016 Speaker