ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 23 May 2008
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
20 May 2008 | ICANN this week enabled an online survey, available in 11 languages including English, to facilitate understanding of the way in which the community uses existing materials prepared in multiple languages.
20 May 2008 | ICANN is putting out the call for fellowship program applications for its 33rd International Public Meeting to be held in Cairo from 2-6 November 2008.
19 May 2008 | ICANN sent a notice of breach [PDF, 81 KB] to ICANN-accredited registrar Red Register, Inc. based on Red Register, Inc.'s failure to comply with the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy ("UDRP").
17 May 2008 | This draft FY09 Operating Plan and Budget is being posted for community review with the support of the Board Finance Committee.
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22 May 2008 | Hostway has reported that RegistryPro, the exclusive operator of the .Pro top level domain (TLD) on the Internet, has received approval from the ICANN, to greatly expand the scope and availability of the .Pro TLD. The newly ratified terms of service increases the number of professionals who are eligible for the TLD, extends the availability globally, and streamlines the registration process.
16 May 2008 | IPv6 is the corporate and government version of exercising and eating vegetables: Everyone agrees it's a good thing, but somehow most find a way to put it off.
18 - 24 May 2008 - APTLD - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - full program [PDF, 404 KB]
- May 18 & 19 (Sunday & Monday) – Attack & Disaster Response Planning Workshop
- May 20 & 21 (Tuesday & Wednesday) – World Cyber Security Seminar – Organised by MYNIC
- May 22 & 23 (Thursday & Friday) – APTLD Member's Meeting
- May 24, 2008 (Saturday) – APTLD Workshops on
- ccTLD Policy Development Processes
- ccTLD Marketing
- Registry Software Options
20 June 2008 - EGENI Europe 2008 - Paris, France
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