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ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs

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ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs Submission - ICANN Business Constituency (BC)
19 January 2022

Submission Summary:

This policy is relevant to BC members with domains in a retiring ccTLD, and for prevention of DNS Abuse arising from a defunct ccTLD.

In our comment, the BC notes 7 points regarding the proposed policy.


ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs Submission - Policy staff in support of the At-Large Community, At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC)
19 January 2022

Submission Summary:

Please find attached (PDF) the ALAC Statement on the ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs.


Ratification information is included on the cover page.

 

Kind Regards,

 

ICANN Policy Staff in support of the At-Large Community

Website: atlarge.icann.org 

Facebook: facebook.com/icannatlarge

Twitter: @ICANNAtLarge


ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs Submission - (RySG), Registries Stakeholder Group
12 January 2022

Submission Summary:

The Registries Stakeholder Group (RySG) supports the proposed policy on the retirement of ccTLDs and commends the ccNSO and the ccPDP3 working group for their efforts in this respect.


ccNSO Proposed Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs Submission - Kuskevich, Evgeny
11 January 2022

Submission Summary:

While the Policy generally seems to be reasonable and elaborated, I have to point out the following issue. I believe, that in order to avoid ambiguities in interpretations of the Policy on the Retirement of ccTLDs in future, an addition should be made to paragraph No.3 “Applicability of the Policy”, which will clearly define, that a Triggering Event may only mean events, that will have occurred AFTER the adoption of the Policy. In other words,...