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Emily Taylor

Emily Taylor is the CEO of Oxford Information Labs. She is an Associate Fellow of Chatham House and is the Editor of the Journal of Cyber Policy and co-founder of ICANN accredited registrar, Oxford Information Labs.

Georgia Osborn

Georgia is a Senior Research Analyst at Oxford Information Labs with 5+ years of experience previously working within counterterrorism and law enforcement, intelligence analysis, investigations and policy analysis. Georgia has previously worked in an international law firm chaired by Cherie Blair QC and in a Policy Think Tank. She has a Masters’ degree in International Studies and Diplomacy with Arabic language courses from SOAS University of London. Georgia has developed advanced analytical skills that have been trained both in the public and private sectors and is highly skilled in writing and communicating threat and risk assessments for internal and external organisations in both strategic and operational settings. Georgia holds a BA(Hons) from the University of East Anglia in International Relations.

Kate Jones

Kate is an expert consultant and researcher on public international law, human rights law, governance and diplomacy, focusing on their intersection with technology. She has written widely and participated in expert events on many aspects of tech governance, with a specialism in disinformation, democracy and human rights.

Mark McFadden

With more than 30 years of operational and policy experience with IP addressing and Internet Governance, he has extensive experience in large-scale internet- working. Previous roles include Director for Internet Governance, Infrastructure and Cybersecurity at InterConnect Communications in the United Kingdom, and Consulting Resource Manager for Addressing, Naming and Protocol Issues at the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).

Carolina Caeiro

Carolina is Senior Policy and Governance Specialist at Oxford Information Labs and Queen Elizabeth II Leadership Academy Associate at Chatham House. She specialises in Internet policy with a focus on the role of the technical community in the governance landscape and regional perspectives from the Global South. Her most recent research has focused on policy challenges at both core and upper Internet layers, including questions such as Internet fragmentation; trends in the development of digital technical standards; disinformation and content moderation practices; data governance; and AI regulation. Prior to joining Chatham House, she worked in the Internet and media industry for over seven years, including the Regional Internet Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC) and Argentina’s first fact-checking organisation, Chequeado. She holds an MA from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and a BA from Middlebury College.

Dr Samantha Bradshaw

Samantha Bradshaw is a leading expert on technology and democracy. Samantha is completing her PhD at Oxford University. She holds an MA in global governance from the Balsillie School of International Affairs, and a joint honors BA in political science and legal studies from the University of Waterloo.

Mark Robertshaw

Mark is Oxford Information Labs's Systems Architect and has developed domain name systems for the best part of two decades.

Mona Elswah

Mona is a political communication scholar who writes on the intersection between digital media and authoritarianism. At OXIL, she examines the impact of disinformation on the online sphere using a mix of qualitative and computational methods. Currently, she is DPhil candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), where she examines the impact of digital repression on social movements in non-Western countries.

Patrick Taylor

Patrick Taylor is the head of graphic design and website manager at Oxford Information Labs as well as a freelance digital artist.

Lucien Taylor

Lucien is a Founder of Oxford Information Labs. Following a successful career as an actor, he then went on to work as a security expert, engineer and marketer in the domain name industry for over 20 years.

Stacie Hoffmann

Stacie is an international internet governance and cyber security expert. She publishes articles and provides expert comment to the media.

Dominique Lazanski

Dominique is a London-based digital policy and strategy consultant. She has been appointed to international multistakeholder committees, including NetMundial and the UN Internet Governance Forum.

Andrew Bennett

Andrew is founder and CEO of Oxford Information Labs and prior to that worked as Domains Manager at 123Reg for 6 years.

Igor Weilemann

Katie Miles

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