ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 7 November 2008
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
7 November 2008 | ICANN has announced that it has signed an exchange of letters with the country code top level domain (ccTLD) manager for .eg, EUN, .eg Registry Sector.
7 November 2008 | During the meeting, key issues that will influence the future development of the Internet were discussed by more than 1,000 delegates from 144 countries, including the introduction of new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) and Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs).
3 November 2008 | Further progress towards the implementation of new generic Top Level Domains and the global expansion of the domain name system is expected this week, as ICANN opens its 33rd International meeting in Cairo.
2 November 2008 | ICANN's Board has been provided with the Boston Consulting Group/Colin Carter & Associates' independent review of the Board.
2 November 2008 | In recent years, ICANN has taken many steps to improve transparency and accountability in its operations. Most notably, a detailed budget process and disclosure process has been developed.
2 November 2008 | ICANN added an open Working Session on Single-Character Second-Level Domain Names to the schedule for Wednesday 5 November 2008.
1 November 2008 | Following the recommendation from the IDNC WG Final report, ICANN sent letters to all countries and territories requesting information about their interest in participating in the Fast Track process.
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