ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 28 February 2014
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
28 February 2014 | Vint Cerf, Nii Quaynor, Beth Noveck and Paul Mockapetris invite you to join them on Tuesday, 11 March at 15:00-16:30 UTC for an overview of the draft recommendations and report they respectively released earlier this month for public comment.
26 February 2014 | An independent report commissioned by ICANN, Mitigating the Risk of DNS Namespace Collisions, has offered a set of concrete recommendations on how to mitigate potential risks of domain name collisions.
25 February 2014 | In a video interview, Theresa Swinehart, Senior Advisory to the President on Global Strategy, explains the rationale behind the creation of Globalization Advisory Groups and how they will provide guidance on globalization issues.
25 February 2014 | More than 40 diverse practitioners, subject matter experts and thought leaders have been working together since October 2013 as members of the ICANN Strategy Panels to support development of ICANN's strategic and operational future. Each of the four panels has now published its draft recommendations, which are being translated into the five additional UN languages and are open for public comment.
25 February 2014 | The purpose of this document is to help guide the Community through a proposed new strategy for the structure, purpose and locations of the ICANN public meetings to support broad, informed participation and reflect the functional, geographic, and cultural diversity of the Internet at all levels of policy development and decision-making.
24 February 2014 | Greasing the Wheels of the Internet Economy, a report by Boston Consulting Group and commissioned by ICANN, ranked 65 different countries according to four different types of e-friction. The full analysis of each country's ranking is now available for download.
24 February 2014 | The ICANN Policy Staff will provide a briefing on Thursday 13 March at 12:00 UTC and Thursday 13 March at 19:00 UTC, summarizing policy issues across the different ICANN Supporting Organizations and Advisory Committees.
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