ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 6 February 2009
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
6 February 2009 | The schedule for the upcoming meeting in Mexico City on 1-6 March is now published.
Proposed Global Policy for Remaining IPv4 Address Space - Final Call for Comments and Background Report
5 February 2009 | On 4 February 2009, the Chair of the Address Supporting Organization Address Council forwarded a Proposed Global Policy for Remaining IPv4 Address Space, for ratification by the ICANN Board. A final call for public comments is now open until 26 February 2009.
5 February 2009 | A video update on the Applicant Guidebook and the overall new gTLD process has been posted.
4 February 2009 | At the direction of the ICANN Board, the six existing constituencies of the GNSO have submitted documents that are intended to demonstrate their compliance with the principles of representativeness, openness, transparency and fairness set forth in the ICANN Bylaws. All members of the ICANN community are now invited to review those submissions and share comments and observations with the Board through 25 February 2009.
2 February 2009 | On 22-23 January 2009, ICANN hosted its European registry/registrar regional gathering in Rome, Italy. In the interest of transparency, the presentations are being made public.
2 February 2009 | This month's 'dashboard' includes new reporting on ICANN's expenses.
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