ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 28 June 2013
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
28 June 2013 | Los Angeles, California… The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Board of Directors today approved a new Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) that is expected to bring continued improvements to the domain name ecosystem.
27 June 2013 | On 25 June 2013, the ICANN Board New gTLD Program Committee (NGPC) had its sixth meeting to discuss the GAC Beijing advice on New gTLDs. The Committee adopted two resolutions concerning portions of the GAC's Safeguard Advice.
25 June 2013 | Los Angeles, California – ICANN’s Expert Working Group on gTLD Directory Services (EWG) is recommending major changes to the way registrant data is provided to users.
25 June 2013 | The joint ccNSO-GNSO IDN working Group (JIG) seeks input from the community on its draft Final Report on Universal Acceptance of IDN TLDs.
25 June 2013 | A consultation on the source of policies and user instructions for Internet Number Resource requests.
24 June 2013 | ICANN has embarked on an effort to reinvent today's WHOIS system. Be part of the solution and join the discussion…online and at ICANN's Durban meeting.
24 June 2013 | ICANN has launched a Strategic Planning Portal. Community input is a vital element of ICANN and the new Portal further integrates the community's feedback in shaping the future direction of ICANN and its work.
24 June 2013 | The ASO Address Council (AC) is pleased to announce that Mr Kuo Wei Wu has been re-elected to fill Seat 10 on the ICANN Board for a three-year term.
22 June 2013 | To solicit community feedback on a formalized process, proposed by the Board's Structural Improvements Committee (SIC), for amending GNSO Stakeholder Group and Constituency Charters.
Community-wide Working Group Completes Recommendations for Continued Use of ICANN Geographic Regions Framework
22 June 2013 | The Geographic Regions Review Working Group, a community-wide working group established by the Board, has nearly completed its work developing recommendations to the ICANN Board for the continued use of the ICANN Geographic Regions Framework.
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