ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 23 July 2010
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
23 July 2010 | A Call for Statements of Interest (SOIs) is now open through August 21. This Call for SOIs is part of the new process through which the user community within ICANN will appoint one voting member of the ICANN Board.
23 July 2010 | The GNSO Vertical Integration Working Group is seeking comments on its Initial Report on Vertical Integration Between Registrars and Registries.
Proposed Global Policy for Autonomous System Numbers - Final Call for Comments and Background Report
23 July 2010 | On 22 July 2010, the Chair of the Address Supporting Organization Address Council (ASO AC) forwarded a Proposed Global Policy for Autonomous System Numbers, ASNs, for ratification by the ICANN Board.
22 July 2010 | The modified selection process for ICANN Meeting locations announced last month is now in effect beginning with the 40th meeting to be held 13-18 March 2011 in North America.
22 July 2010 | The modified selection process for ICANN Meeting locations announced last month is now in effect for the 41st meeting to be held 19-24 June 2011 in Asia Pacific.
22 July 2010 | The modified selection process for ICANN Meeting locations announced last month is now in effect for the 42nd meeting to be held 23-28 October 2011 in Africa.
22 July 2010 | The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has launched the 11th round of the Fellowship program applications for its 39th International Public Meeting to be held Cartagena, Columbia on 5-10 December 2010.
22 July 2010 | The questions raised during the exchange at ICANN's 38 meeting indicated that the initial timeline allocated for the public comment process would not provide the ccTLDs with sufficient time to submit their written responses to the report. In light of this request for additional time, the WG Members unanimously decided to extend the public comment period to 15 September 2010.
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