Dan Krimm, Menlo Park, California, USA
IP Justice Global Policy Fellow

Dan Krimm is an ICT Policy analyst with 20 years past experience in online services and 15 years concurrently pursuing a music career. He works with IP Justice on ICANN related issues and campaigns such as gTLD policy and Whois privacy policy, and participates in the ICANN/GNSO Whois Working Group on behalf of the NCUC. Dan holds an MPP degree from USC in 2006, was a Policy Intern at IP Justice during the summer of 2005, and recently worked as Communication Director for Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. In early 2006 Dan joined a group of civil society representatives that met with the U.S. delegation to WIPO to present objections to the proposed WIPO Broadcasting Treaty, representing the interests of independent musicians. His Masters Practicum project team conducted a web system assessment for the County of Los Angeles E-Government Advisory Committee. As an online project manager, webmaster and technical analyst, Dan has worked at Launch Media, Consumer Reports Online, Discover Magazine and Interactive Market Systems. As a progressive jazz electric bassist, Dan was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Fellowship grant in 1984.