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ICANN's 46th International Meeting in Beijing, China 7 – 11 April 2013
Maguy Serad, Carlos Alvarez, Jacks Khawaja and Owen Smigelski attended ICANN's 46th International Meeting in Beijing, China 7 – 11 April 2013. The Contractual Compliance team made presentations on ICANN's Contractual Compliance Program at a Newcomers session as well as to the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC), the Registrar Stakeholder Group, the Intellectual Property Constituency (IPC) Stakeholder Group, the gTLD Registries Stakeholder Group, and the Law Enforcement Community.The Contractual Compliance team also participated in sessions including:
- APRALO Multistakeholder Policy Roundtable on the topic of End User/Consumer Protection with New gTLDs held on Monday 8 April 2013
- Expert Working Group on gTLD Directory Services
- At-Large WHOIS Working Group on Wednesday 10 April 2013
Keeping up with the Contractual Compliance commitment for outreach effort, a session was held on Saturday 6 April 2013 for the Asia Pacific Registrars regarding Contractual Compliance AP Registrar Outreach [PDF, 2.65 MB] for an interactive review and discussion about the contractual compliance process, approach and handling of complaint types. Another session was held on Wednesday 10 April 2013, General Update & Audit Program Update [PDF, 2.41 MB], to provide the ICANN community with an update on the Contractual Compliance audit program, activities, and to address questions regarding the audit. Both sessions are available in English and Mandarin audio.
Please refer to the Beijing ICANN meeting schedule page for access to audio and material by meeting http://beijing46.icann.org/full-schedule.
Europe Regional Registry/Registrar Meeting 24-25 January 2013 Amsterdam, Netherland
Maguy Serad and Jacks Khawaja attended the Europe Regional Meeting in Amsterdam, Netherland on 24 and 25 January 2013. The Compliance team made presentations on ICANN's Contractual Compliance Program at a Newcomers session [PDF, 1.45 MB] as well an operational and audit update [PDF, 1.54 MB].