Public Comment

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Name: Anthony Lee
Date: 13 Sep 2023
Affiliation: TWNIC
Summary of Submission

Based on the agreed relationship between ICANN, Governmental Authority, and ccTLD Manager of the ccTLD Sponsorship Agreement, as the role of the ccTLD Manager representing to meet the public interests on delegated ccTLDs and to operate ccTLD with Security, Safety, Stability and Resilience, given these considerations, the Review Mechanism retains ccNSO's community autonomy in managing country-code top-level domains and ensures alignment with its own policies and procedures, as well as the IFO's role in maintaining ccTLD domain functions within IANA, even though, in decisions involving significant issues, the option for approval by the ICANN Board is retained.