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Don't Miss These Reviews Sessions at ICANN60

2017 年 10 月 19 日
作者: Larisa Gurnick

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There are a number of important ICANN review-related sessions scheduled during ICANN60. Read the session highlights below and be sure to mark your calendar for those that interest you. Click the links to learn more about each session, including how to join remotely.

  • Competition, Consumer Trust, and Consumer Choice (CCT) Review

    Interested in the future of the New Generic Top-Level Domains (gTLD) Program? The CCT Review Team is examining the effects of the program on competition, consumer trust and consumer choice. Join the team's community engagement session on 29 October to share your input and ask questions directly to the review team. You can also choose to observe its face-to-face meeting on 27 October, when the team will advance its work and refine its recommendations.

  • Second Security, Stability, and Resiliency of the Domain Name System (SSR2) Review

    Do you want to find out more about security, stability, and resiliency matters relating to ICANN's coordination of the Internet's system of unique identifiers? Join the SSR2 Review Team community engagement session on 29 October to learn about progress and provide input to the team. You may also observe the SSR2 Review Team two-day face-to-face meeting, on 27 October and 3 November, when the team will progress its work in the five key areas of the review.

  • Second Nominating Committee (NomCom2) Review

    The NomCom plays an important role in appointing key positions within ICANN's structure. Join the NomCom Review Update by the Independent Examiner Session on 1 November to learn about the current NomCom Review. To participate in the NomCom2 Review survey, click here.

  • Contribute to Development of the Operating Standards

    Operating Standards will guide how ICANN specific reviews are conducted. On 30 October, join the Cross-Community Session: Operating Standards for Specific Reviews to learn how you can contribute to their development. The session will bring together community leaders, ICANN Board members, and the wider ICANN community to discuss the draft Operating Standards, currently open for public comment.

Check out the ICANN60 schedule to view the complete list of sessions and create your custom schedule. See you in Abu Dhabi!

Authors

Larisa Gurnick

Larisa Gurnick

VP, Reviews Operations and Accountability