ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 25 September 2009
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
25 September 2009 | The newly-restructured GNSO Council is scheduled to be seated during the upcoming ICANN meeting in Seoul, South Korea. Today, a package of recommended Operating Procedures for the new Council is being made available for public review and comment through 16 October 2009.
25 September 2009 | This is an update to the advisory posted on 15 September 2009 regarding the termination of ICANN's accreditation agreement with registrar Red Register, Inc. To protect registrants, ICANN initiated a process to identify a qualified and accredited registrar to take over management of the domain names formerly managed by Red Register, Inc. through a bulk transfer.
24 September 2009 | ICANN's Ombudsman has released his 2009 report, summarizing the previous 12 months of dispute resolution efforts that he oversees in his role as an independent officer of the organization.
23 September 2009 | As a result of the de-accreditation of registrar Simply Named Inc., ICANN initiated a process to identify a gaining registrar to receive Simply Named's gTLD names. Through the procedure, ICANN selected Dinahosting S.L. to receive the bulk transfer from Simply Named.
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