ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 1 November 2013
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
30 October 2013 | Bylaws changes are proposed in order to increase availability of technical advice to the Board as well as the effectiveness of the Technical Liaison Group as set forth in the Bylaws.
29 October 2013 | In line with ICANN's commitment to the multi-stakeholder model, a working draft is provided for community discussion and public comment. It proposes a new Vision, reiterates ICANN's existing Mission, and describes five proposed Focus Areas with goals.
29 October 2013 | Los Angeles, California… John Crain has been named ICANN's new Chief Security, Stability and Resiliency Officer. In this newly created position Crain will assume the responsibilities of Jeff Moss, who announced he is stepping down from his position as Chief Security Officer at the end of the year.
28 October 2013 | The ccNSO Framework of Interpretation Working Group (FoI) seeks public comment on its initial recommendations related to "Revocation", defined as redelgations undertaken without the consent of the ccTLD manager.
27 October 2013 | UNESCO, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the Internet Society (ISOC) are finalizing a framework to establish an Arabic glossary of Internet governance terms to support engagement in multistakeholder Internet governance processes by Arabic-speaking communities.
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