ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 13 June 2008
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
13 June 2008
13 June 2008
13 June 2008 | In response to community comment and interest, ICANN has developed a proposed allocation framework and use of funds from the allocation of single-character second-level domain names in existing gTLDs.
13 June 2008 | Final selections will be confirmed six weeks after the ICANN Paris meeting. Following the selection of candidates, the Nom Com will conduct due diligence. The selections will be announced by early September 2008.
11 June 2008 | ICANN announced the launch of a new subscription-based ICANN Policy Update that will highlight on a monthly basis key Internet policy issues being addressed by its bottom-up, consensus-based policy development structure.
9 June 2008 | At its meeting on May 29, 2008 the Board agreed to the release of a paper on the reform of ICANN meetings that has been prepared by staff. The paper asks the community to consider changes to the number of meetings that ICANN holds and the location.
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9 June 2008 | A grass-roots group is trying to build support for a .nyc top-level domain when the naming policies for Internet Web sites are expanded.
20 June 2008 - EGENI Europe 2008 - Paris, France
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