ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 27 April 2012
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
27 April 2012 | ICANN will notify all applicants within the next seven business days whether our analysis shows they were affected by the technical glitch in the TLD application system.
26 April 2012 | Many users have expressed concern that they are currently unable to view their applications in the TLD application system that has been temporarily suspended due to a technical issue. We can confirm that when the application system reopens, users will be able to review their applications, including those already submitted, to assure themselves that their information remains as they intended.
26 April 2012 | Public Comment periods are approaching their Comment or Reply Period Close dates, 26 April – 06 May 2012.
25 April 2012 | ICANN's system for applying for new generic top-level domains, known as TAS, remains offline due to a technical glitch.
24 April 2012 | ICANN Board Chair Dr. Stephen Crocker is among the inaugural inductees into the Internet Hall of Fame.
24 April 2012 | The 2012 Nominating Committee application period closed on Monday, 16 April 2012 at 23:59 UTC.
23 April 2012 | ICANN made progress over the weekend in identifying all applicants who may have been affected by the technical issue that caused the TLD application system, or TAS, to be taken offline.
23 April 2012 | ICANN is conducting a short survey to gather our customers' perspective on the way ICANN provides IANA services.
22 April 2012 | ICANN continues to work diligently to test the fix for the technical glitch that required the temporary suspension of the TLD application system, or TAS, and to identify affected applicants so that we can reopen the system as soon as possible.
21 April 2012 | ICANN has posted a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document to respond to questions about the temporary suspension of the TLD application system.
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