Anne P. Mitchell, Esq. is the CEO and President of the Institute for Social Internet Public Policy (ISIPP) and ISIPP Publishing, of which The Internet Patrol is a publication. A graduate of Stanford Law School, Anne has been involved with Internet policy issues, on both the legal and the technical sides, since 1998. Among other things, Anne was the Director of Legal and Public Affairs for the first anti-spam company, Mail Abuse Prevention Systems (MAPS), and following her time at MAPS, Anne was co-founder and CEO of Habeas, one of the first email accreditation companies.
Anne’s publishing background prior to ISIPP Publishing includes serving as Editor of the Stanford Law Journal, and authoring several papers, journal articles, and her book, They’re Your Kids Too: The Single Father’s Guide to Defending Your Fatherhood in a Broken Family Law System.
In her capacity as CEO of ISIPP, Anne is involved with Internet policy issues ranging from email deliverability, to spam and identity theft, cyber bullying, and everything in between. She has advised state and federal officials at the highest levels regarding spam and email delivery; chaired the first ever Email Deliverability Summits between ISPs and email marketers; and authored a portion of our Federal anti-spam law, CAN-SPAM.
In addition to her duties with ISIPP, Anne sits on the California State Bar Cyberspace Law Committee, oversees ISIPP’s publishing house, ISIPP Publishing, hangs out with her teenaged son, and plays with their dog, two cats, and two goats, in Boulder, Colorado.