ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 13 February 2009
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
13 February 2009 | ICANN has opened a public comment forum on a proposed amendment from NeuStar to Appendix 6 and 7 of the .BIZ Registry Agreement.
12 February 2009 | Together with security researchers, ICANN, and operators within the Domain Name System, Microsoft coordinated a response designed to disable domains targeted by Conficker.
12 February 2009 | The 2009 Nominating Committee began its work in November 2008 following the ICANN Annual Meeting in Cairo, Egypt, and is actively seeking qualified candidates for key positions within ICANN.
11 February 2009 | To allow community members that are not able to physically attend, to account for those attendees that do not wish to speak into a public microphone, and to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to ask a question directly of ICANN staff and/or the ICANN Board, we have set up an online question box.
11 February 2009 | The ALAC Review Working Group (WG) has released its draft Final Report presenting its conclusions on ALAC improvements.
10 February 2009 | A total of 252 letters were sent to national governments, and copied to country code top-level domain managers. So far we have received 74 responses.
9 February 2009 | After extensive consultation with the community, the July 2009 - June 2012 Strategic Plan is being posted following its approval by the ICANN Board at its February meeting.
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