ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 17 July 2009
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
17 July 2009 | As the result of the recent de-accreditation of registrar Lead Networks Domains Pvt. Ltd. ("Lead Networks"), ICANN is seeking expressions of interest from ICANN-accredited registrars that might wish to assume sponsorship of the gTLD names that were previously managed by Lead Networks.
17 July 2009 | The Registrar Accreditation Agreement between ICANN and registrar Lead Networks Domains Pvt. Ltd. ("Lead Networks") has expired without renewal because Lead Networks failed to comply with the requirements of that RAA http://www.icann.org/correspondence/burnette-to-malik-14jul09-en.pdf [PDF, 74 KB].
16 July 2009 | Chosen from a field of 97 applicants, there were 29 Fellows from 21 countries participating in the 35th ICANN International Public Meeting held in Sydney last month.
15 July 2009 | As a result of the De-Accredited Registrar Transition Procedure, ICANN selected NameScout Corp. to receive the bulk transfer from Maxim Internet.
13 July 2009 | In an effort to secure the dates for ICANN meetings through 2013, Staff recommendations have been developed for Public review and comment.
13 July 2009 | ICANN has received a proposal from the World Intellectual Property Organization regarding suggested changes to the implementation rules to allow for a paperless UDRP proceeding, or "eUDRP."
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