ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 25 November 2011
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
23 November 2011 | ICANN is extending the deadline for the Emergency Back-End Registry Operator Request for Information (EBERO RFI) to 5 December 2011 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
22 November 2011 | Following the ICANN Board's acceptance at the October 2011 meeting in Dakar, Senegal, ICANN is today providing notice of implementation for version 3.0 of the Guidelines for Implementation of Internationalized Domain Names.
Public Comment: Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part B – Recommendation #8 and #9 Part 2 – Staff Proposals
22 November 2011 | The IRTP Part B Working Group, ICANN Staff has prepared the following two proposals: ICANN Staff Proposal on IRTP Part B Recommendation #8 and ICANN Staff Proposal on IRTP Part B Recommendation #9 part 2. Before submitting these proposals to the GNSO Council for its consideration, ICANN Staff is requesting your input.
22 November 2011 | The 2012 ICANN Nominating Committee (NomCom) has convened and met for the first time on 28 – 29 October 2011, immediately following the 42nd International ICANN Public Meeting in Dakar, Senegal.
21 November 2011 | In anticipation of the opening of the New gTLD application round on 12 January 2012, ICANN is expanding the New gTLD Customer Service Center.
21 November 2011 | ICANN is seeking expressions of interest from persons or organizations to serve as the Independent Objector for the New gTLD Program. The Independent Objector shall act in the public interest when determining whether to file an objection to a given application for a new gTLD.
21 November 2011 | ICANN Staff is seeking comments on its Preliminary Issue Report on 'Thick' Whois.
21 November 2011 | The Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C Policy Development Process Working Group is requesting your input on its Charter Questions to help inform its deliberations.
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