ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 7 March 2014
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
7 March 2014 | ICANN achieves another milestone in its financial accountability and transparency, with the publication of its quarterly (Q2) financial statements report.
5 March 2014 | ICANN has authorized the bulk transfer of gTLD domain names from Asadal, Inc. to Gabia, Inc. due to compliance actions taken by ICANN that resulted in the de-accreditation of Asadal, Inc.
UPDATED: WEBINAR – Opportunities and Challenges to Keep up with the Internet of the Future – Everything You Need to Know About the ICANN Meeting in Singapore
5 March 2014 | Please join ICANN Vice Presidents Yu-Chuang Kuek and Christopher Mondini for a pre-ICANN 49 webinar for business participants.
4 March 2014 | One World Trust (OWT) has submitted an independent assessment and measurement recommendations to ICANN. OWT was contracted to assist with developing a means to measure ICANN's accountability performance over time, as well as relative to other (broadly) similar organizations.
3 March 2014 | This Public Forum invites comments on the Initial Report on the IRTP Part D PDP. The Report provides 12 preliminary recommendations to the six questions that this PDP Working Group (WG) was charted with.
IDN Variant TLDs – LGR Procedure Implementation – Maximal Starting Repertoire Version 1 is Now Open for Public Comment
3 March 2014 | As first deliverable under the "Procedure to Develop and Maintain Label Generation Rules for the Root Zone With Respect to IDN Labels" (the Procedure), ICANN is releasing for public comment version 1 of the Maximal Starting Repertoire (MSR-1).
3 March 2014 | Veteran business leader Ashwin Rangan has joined ICANN as its first Chief Innovation and Information Officer. Rangan assumes the new role on March 3, 2014 and will report directly to President and CEO Fadi Chehadé.
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