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Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names

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Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Policy staff in support of the At-Large Community, At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC)
21 May 2024

Submission Summary:

Please find attached (PDF) the ALAC Statement on Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names. Ratification history is included on the document.


Kind Regards,

ICANN Policy Staff in support of the At-Large Community

Website: atlarge.icann.org

Facebook: facebook.com/icannatlarge

Twitter: @ICANNAtLarge


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - (RySG), Registries Stakeholder Group
21 May 2024

Submission Summary:

The Registries Stakeholder Group (RySG) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Phase 2 Initial Report and provided feedback on the different draft recommendations and implementation guidelines.


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Constituency, Business
21 May 2024

Submission Summary:

BC welcomes the IDN EPDP Team’s consistency on the “Same Entity” and “Conservatism” principles. We are glad to learn that the “Same Entity” principle is expanded as “same registrant, same registrar” which we’ve proposed in our previous comment on the Phase 1 report. 

BC is however concerned that the IDN EPDP Team chose not to provide a clear recommendation to one key fundamental question in its draft report. The question is: Is......


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Wyld, Sarah
21 May 2024

Submission Summary:

The Registrar Stakeholder Group (RrSG) welcomes the opportunity to provide a comment on the Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names. This is a significant undertaking by the ICANN community and ICANN Org, and the RrSG appreciates the dedication of the team in addressing this important matter.

The RrSG supports the recommendations in the Phase 2 Initial Report. Equitable access to the Internet and participatio......


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Samme-Nlar, Mesumbe Tomslin
21 May 2024

Submission Summary:

The NCSG expresses its sincere gratitude for the chance to provide feedback and guidance on important ICANN policy matters as such. Our comments seek greater clarity on issues and address potential ambiguities that may confuse readers, especially those who are not used to ICANN's procedures and this particular technical language.


Regular summaries and less technical jargon could enhance readability and ensure that non-experts ......


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Karakash, Michael
20 May 2024

Submission Summary:

ICANN org appreciates the Internationalized Domain Names Expedited Policy Development Process (IDNs EPDP) Team’s efforts to organize its work in light of the importance of this EPDP to the advancement of a multilingual Internet, and will continue to coordinate closely due to the interactions with other policy and implementation work.


The following input is intended to help the EPDP Team in its continued deliberations in the fo......


Phase 2 Initial Report of the EPDP on Internationalized Domain Names Submission - Bauland, Michael
26 April 2024

Submission Summary:

I found the one mentioned section (C6) to contain incorrect wording.