ICANN At-Large Advisory Committee Invites Canadian Internet Users To Meet
Monday, 23 June 2003
14:00 - 16:00
Le Centre Sheraton
ICANN's At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) will hold an open meeting at Montréal's Le Centre Sheraton on Monday afternoon (23 June) to learn about the challenges and concerns facing local Internet users and to discuss ways of involving Canada's individual Internet user community in ICANN. Topics of discussion will include designation of "At-Large Structures" in Canada, and recent action on the proposed introduction of new domain names, privacy in the WHOIS database, and implementation of internationalized domain names, among others.
The ALAC is responsible for considering and providing advice on the activities of ICANN as they relate to the interests of individual Internet users (the "At-Large" community). To involve and represent the At-Large community, the ALAC is helping to form local/regional groups to keep users informed about, and engaged in, ICANN issues and activities that can effect them.
Le Centre Sheraton is located at 1201 Boulevard René-Levesque West, Montréal (Phone 514-878-2000). Directions can be found at <http://www.sheraton.com/lecentre>. Information on the ALAC and its members is available at <http://alac.icann.org>. Information on ICANN can be found at <http://www.icann.org>.
In addition to English, inquiries and recommendations are welcome in French (and other languages).
Please contact <firstname.lastname@example.org> with questions relating to this announcement.