ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 30 July 2010
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
Expressions of Interest for 2010-2011 Nominating Commmittee Chair - Deadline for Submission Extended to 30 August 2010
30 July 2010 | The Board Governance Committee ("BGC") has decided to extend the deadline for submitting expressions of interest to become the Nominating Committee Chair for 2010-2011 term to 30 August 2010.
29 July 2010 | Whereas a composition of the Affirmation Reviews 2 and 4 – Security Stability and Resiliency of the DNS – and WHOIS Policy – was initially announced at the Brussels meeting in June 2010, Selectors of Review Teams 2 and 4 – Mr. Rod Beckstrom and Mrs. Heather Dryden – are now circulating a revised composition of both Review Teams.
Public Comments Requested on Interim Paper on Policy Aspects Regarding Introduction of Single Character IDN TLDs
27 July 2010 | The joint ccNSO and GNSO IDN working group (JIG) is pleased to announce the publication of the working group's Initial Report on the introduction of Single Character IDN TLDs.
27 July 2010 | ICANN has authorized the bulk transfer of 123 Registration, Inc.'s gTLD domain names to 2030138 Ontario Inc. (dba NamesBeyond.com), due to a compliance action taken by ICANN that resulted in the de-accreditation of registrar 123 Registration, Inc. (123 Registration).
Call for Independent Experts – Preserving Security, Stability and Resiliency of the DNS Review (AoC)
26 July 2010 | ICANN now invites interested individuals to apply for a position of Independent Expert on the Security, Stability and Resiliency of the DNS Review Team.
Call for Independent Experts, Law Enforcement Representatives and Global Policy Experts – WHOIS Policy Review (AoC)
26 July 2010 | ICANN now invites interested individuals to apply for a position of Independent Expert, Law Enforcement Representative or Global Policy Expert on the WHOIS Policy Review Team.
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