Alissa Cooper

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Alissa Cooper is a Fellow at Cisco Systems. She is currently serving as IETF Chair. Previously, she served three years as an IETF Applications and Real-Time (ART) area director and three years on the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). She also served as the chair of the IANA Stewardship Coordination Group (ICG). At Cisco she was responsible for driving privacy and policy strategy within the company's portfolio of real-time collaboration products before being appointed as IETF Chair. Prior to joining Cisco, Alissa served as the Chief Computer Scientist at the Center for Democracy and Technology, where she was a leading public interest advocate and technologist on issues related to privacy, net neutrality, and technical standards. Alissa holds a PhD from the Oxford Internet Institute and MS and BS degrees in computer science from Stanford University.

RFCs

rfc5594 Jul 2009 Report from the IETF Workshop on Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Infrastructure, May 28, 2008
rfc6280 Jul 2011 An Architecture for Location and Location Privacy in Internet Applications
rfc6462 Jan 2012 Report from the Internet Privacy Workshop
rfc6789 Dec 2012 Congestion Exposure (ConEx) Concepts and Use Cases
rfc6973 Jul 2013 Privacy Considerations for Internet Protocols
rfc7721 Mar 2016 Security and Privacy Considerations for IPv6 Address Generation Mechanisms
rfc7754 Mar 2016 Technical Considerations for Internet Service Blocking and Filtering
rfc7957 Aug 2016 DISPATCH-Style Working Groups and the SIP Change Process
rfc8064 Feb 2017 Recommendation on Stable IPv6 Interface Identifiers

Active Drafts

Alissa has no active drafts as of 2017-10-17.