ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 6 December 2013
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
Proposal for a Specification 13 to the ICANN Registry Agreement to Contractually Reflect Certain Limited Aspects of ".Brand" New gTLDs
6 December 2013 | ICANN is posting today for public comment a proposal requested by the Brand Registry Group to incorporate a new Specification 13 to the new gTLD Registry Agreement, which would be available to a Registry Operator that operates a TLD that ICANN determines qualifies as a ".Brand TLD".
6 December 2013 | ICANN today issued comprehensive advice to IT professionals worldwide on how to proactively identify and manage private name space leakage into the public Domain Name System (DNS) and thus, eliminate the causes of name collisions as new Top Level Domains (TLDs) are added to the DNS.
4 December 2013 | ICANN has authorized the bulk transfer of gTLD domain names from Pacnames Ltd to Net-Chinese Co., Ltd. due to compliance actions taken by ICANN that resulted in the de-accreditation of Pacnames Ltd.
4 December 2013 | ICANN is pleased to announce the appointment of the members of the Extended Process Similarity Review Panel.
3 December 2013 | ICANN publishes frequently asked questions regarding the plan to manage name collision occurrences between new gTLDs and existing private uses of the same strings.
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