ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 26 October 2012
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
26 October 2012 | To receive comments on the recommended enhancements to ICANN's Reconsideration Process and Independent Review Process provided by the Accountability Structures Expert Panel (ASEP).
25 October 2012 | Mid-September 2012 ICANN invited the community to participate in a survey about possible Technical WHOIS Requirements. If you have not reviewed the survey, or you have a saved response, the WSWG team asks that you complete the survey on or before 31 October 2012, 23:59 UTC.
IDN Variant TLD Program - Interim Report Examining the User Experience Implications of Active Variant TLDs
23 October 2012 | To receive community feedback on the interim report of the document "Examining the User Experience Implications of Active Variant TLDs."
Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part C Policy Development Process (PDP) Recommendations for Board Consideration
22 October 2012 | Obtain community input on the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C recommendations adopted by the GNSO Council prior to ICANN Board consideration.
22 October 2012 | The Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Standing Committee on Improvements Implementation (SCI) is recommending a modification of the GNSO Policy Development Process (PDP) Manual, which is an integral part of the GNSO Operating Procedures, to address the possible suspension of a PDP.
CEO to Prioritize Agreement with Registrars and Establishment of Trademark Clearing House [PDF, 200 KB]
22 October 2012 | Toronto, Canada… ICANN President and Chief Executive Officer, Fadi Chehadé says he is prioritizing efforts to reach a resolution with domain name registrars in the on-going negotiations to achieve a Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA).
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