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4 December 2013
ICANN has authorized the bulk transfer of gTLD domain names from Pacnames Ltd to Net-Chinese Co., Ltd. due to compliance actions taken by ICANN that resulted in the de-accreditation of Pacnames Ltd.
The affected gTLD registries have processed the bulk transfers. Former registrant-customers of Pacnames Ltd should receive notices from Net-Chinese Co., Ltd. advising of the transfer. Customer questions about the transfer should be directed to Net-Chinese Co., Ltd. (for contact details see http://www.internic.net/registrars/registrar-1336.html or visit their website directly here: www.net-chinese.com.tw). Additional information about these bulk transfers is provided below.
Q. Why were these transfers authorized by ICANN?
A. The Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) of Pacnames Ltd was voluntarily terminated, effective 29 November 2013.
As a result, Pacnames Ltd is no longer permitted to register or manage gTLD registrations. ICANN authorized bulk transfers pursuant to the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy to ensure that the registrant-customers of this registrar would not be harmed by their registrar's discontinued ability to manage the registrations.
Q. How [...]
Le Gouvernement français vient de notifier à la Commission européenne les textes qui consolident le cadre juridique des noms de domaine
En application de la directive européenne 98/34/CE portant sur les règles techniques relatives à la société de l’Information, le Gouvernement vient de notifier à la Commission européenne et aux états membres un ensemble de textes juridiques et réglementaires relatifs aux noms de domaine en France.
Le principal changement porte sur l’extension de l’éligibilité des titulaires du .fr aux personnes résidant au sein des pays membres de l’espace économique européen, mais non membres de l’Union Européenne, à savoir l’Islande, la Norvège, le Lichtenstein.
La charte de nommage notifiée intègre quant à elle de nombreuses nouveautés, issues des engagements pris par l’Afnic au sein de la convention qu’elle a signée avec l’État, et qui ont fait l’objet de consultations de la communauté Internet française.
Les principales évolutions qui seront soumises à notification à travers cette nouvelle charte concernent :
19 November 2013
Another session has been added to Wednesday's meeting schedule. At 07:00 ART (10:00 UTC) tomorrow, the ICANN community is invited to attend a session discussing the multistakeholder meeting in Brazil. Scheduled for an hour and a half, the session will include a continental breakfast and will be held in the Sheraton Buenos Aires Convention Center, room Libertador AB.
Remote participation is available through ICANN's meeting website at http://buenosaires48.icann.org/en/schedule/wed-multistakeholder-community. For those who cannot attend the meeting, a live audio stream will be available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Transcripts, in all seven languages, will be provided after the meeting.
17 November 2013
LOS ANGELES – A diverse global group of stakeholders from government, civil society, the private sector, the technical community and international organizations has formed a Panel on the Future of Global Internet Cooperation. The Panel's first meeting is scheduled for December 12 – 13 in London.
Focusing on the pressing issue of Internet governance, and committed to a multistakeholder approach, the Panel plans to release a high-level report in early 2014 for public comment. The report will include principles for global Internet cooperation, proposed frameworks for such cooperation and a roadmap for future Internet governance challenges.
Recognizing the importance of the initiative, Estonian President Toomas Ilves has agreed to serve as the group's Chairman. "Our future approach to Internet governance should be thoughtfully designed and implemented," said President Ilves. "Without a cohesive global approach, emerging issues will not be properly addressed. Individual governments or intergovernmental organizations could begin to develop their own solutions without understanding the global context."
ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, was an early catalyst for the Panel and recognized the need for a globally diverse group to independently address broad, complex issues. It will organize the secretariat and provide logistical support for the Panel. ICANN cited growing pressures to address issues outside its sphere of responsibility as a motivating factor in forming a high-level panel.
"So many of today's headline issues stem from national policies that aren't enforceab [...]
27 November 2013 Forum Announcement: Comment Period Opens on Date: 27 November 2013 Categories/Tags:
27 November 2013 Forum Announcement: Comment Period Opens on Date: 27 November 2013 Categories/Tags: Policy Processes Purpose (Brief):
This study, conducted by Carnegie Mellon University's Cylab (CMU), examines the extent to which public Whois contact information for gTLD domain names is misused (i.e. harmful actions such as spam, phishing, identity theft or data theft are taken using gTLD registration data).
The findings from the study provide empirical data needed by the ICANN community to assess community concerns about misused Whois contact information, identify the most common forms of misuse, and highlight the effectiveness of anti-harvesting measures in reducing misuse. The findings will also inform future policy development by ICANN and the GNSO in relation to improvements to the Whois system.Public Comment Box Link: http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/whois-misuse-27nov13-en.htm
4 December 2013
On 27 June 2013 the ICANN Board approved an amendment to the Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) country code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) Fast Track Process Final Implementation Plan (FIP). The amendment implements a two-panel process for string similarity review in the IDN ccTLD Fast Track Process, and was proposed following the conclusion of the IDN Country Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO) Policy Development Process (PDP) as well as a request from the ccNSO to implement the string similarity review process as recommended in the PDP within the Fast Track Process. The ccNSO work has taken into account the experiences and reviews of the IDN ccTLD Fast Track Process as well as the Governmental Advisory Committee's advice on the matter. Following extensive public consultations, the ccNSO Council adopted in April 2013 [PDF, 118 KB] the
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