ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 29 January 2010
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
29 January 2010 | It has long been anticipated, but the available pool of unallocated Internet addresses using the older IPv4 protocol – which holds a total of slightly more than four billion IP addresses - has now dipped to below the 10 percent mark, meaning that there are only a bit over 400 million IP addresses left in the global pool of unallocated addresses.
Public Comment: Amendment of the GNSO Operating Procedures on the 2010 Selection Process for ICANN Board Seat 13
28 January 2010 | The GNSO Council is seeking comments on amendments to the GNSO Operating Procedures related to the 2010 selection process for ICANN Board Seat 13.
27 January 2010 | DNSSEC information is now being served by L-Root, one of the Internet's 13 root servers, operated by ICANN.
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