ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 27 February 2009
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
27 February 2009 | ICANN has developed a draft, proposed Registrar Disqualification Procedure (available at: http://www.icann.org/en/registrars/draft-disqualification-procedure-27feb09-en.pdf [PDF, 124 KB]) to codify its procedures for registrar disqualification. This proposed procedure is intended to enhance protection of registrants by preventing potential bad actors from causing repeated harm to registrants and other stakeholders in the domain name space.
27 February 2009 | The results of a lengthy community consultation to improve institutional confidence in ICANN have been published for discussion at the Mexico City meeting.
27 February 2009 | ICANN's Contractual Compliance Department published its third Semi-Annual Contractual Compliance Report.
25 February 2009 | ICANN is soliciting Expressions of Interest from firms interested in and capable of performing any number of independent evaluation roles as part of the new gTLD process.
24 February 2009 | Westlake Consulting just released their draft Final Report for public presentation and discussion with the community, including at the Mexico City meeting.
23 February 2009 | The Mexico City meeting is now accessible on your phone.
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