Graeme Bunton is the Executive Director of the DNS Abuse Institute, an initiative dedicated to developing collaborative and innovative methods of reducing DNS abuse. Graeme has over 11 years of DNS policy experience.
Prior to heading the DNS Abuse Institute, he was the Head of Policy for Tucows and served as Chair of the Registrar Stakeholder Group for four years. Graeme was one of the driving forces behind the 'Framework to Address Abuse', a new set of guidelines and principles for addressing online harms, which was adopted by more than 50 registries and registrars.
He helped found the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, served on the Board of the Internet Infrastructure Coalition for 6 years, and is currently on the board of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority.