ICANN Newsletter | Week ending 23 May 2014
News from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Announcements This Week
22 May 2014 | ICANN has made a preliminary determination that it is prepared to grant three (3) data retention waiver requests submitted by registrars 1API GmbH, ingenit GmbH & Co. KG and RegistryGate GmbH (the "Registrars") under the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (the "2013 RAA").
22 May 2014 | As contemplated in the Whois National Law Conflict Procedure (Whois Procedure), this paper opens a review process to solicit community feedback on the effectiveness of the procedure. The community is encouraged to offer comments or suggest possible changes to the procedure, which will be compiled and analyzed to determine a proposed path forward.
ICANN Information and Exchange Session: The Evolution of ICANN and Internet Governance Ecosystems – Wednesday 11 June, 1700-1900 @TheFactory
22 May 2014 | In this open meeting, Fadi Chehade, President and CEO, and Jean-Jacques Sahel, Vice-President for Europe at ICANN will discuss the evolutionary milestones taking place in the ICANN and wider Internet Governance ecosystem.
Remaining IPv4 Addresses to be Redistributed to Regional Internet Registries | Address Redistribution Signals that IPv4 is Nearing Total Exhaustion
20 May 2014 | ICANN announced today that it has begun the process of allocating the remaining blocks of Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) addresses to the five Regional Internet Registries (RIR).
Global Panel Announces New Approach to Managing Future of the Internet | Final Report Addresses Growing Interests in Internet Governance
20 May 2014 | The Panel on Global Internet Cooperation and Governance Mechanisms—a global Panel of prominent stakeholders from diverse organizations and governments—today released key recommendations on how to evolve the Internet governance (IG) ecosystem to accommodate global needs for collaboration, interconnectivity and Internet growth.
Proposed Implementation of GNSO PDP Recommendations on Locking of a Domain Name Subject to UDRP Proceedings – Revised UDRP Rules
19 May 2014 | Obtain community input on the proposed implementation of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Policy Development Process (PDP) recommendations on the Locking of a Domain Name subject to Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) Proceedings Implementation.
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