In this issue: AT-LARGE DELEGATES NEEDED FOR ICANN 2005 NOMINATING COMMITTEE – The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is seeking recommendations/volunteers for delegates to ICANN's 2005 Nominating Committee (NomCom), which will select individuals to serve on ICANN's Board and in other leadership positions.
The At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) is seeking recommendations/volunteers for delegates to ICANN's 2005 Nominating Committee (NomCom), which selects individuals to serve on ICANN's Board and in other leadership positions. At-Large delegates will fill five seats on the NomCom. NomCom information is posted at
**Individuals from these regions interested in serving on the ALAC are encouraged to contact the Committee by 30 November 2004.** Two original members of the Interim At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) will be stepping down to pursue other endeavors – Esther Dyson from North America, and Thomas Roessler from
In this issue: ALAC WELCOMES NEW, RETURNING MEMBERS ICANNs Nominating Committee selected Jean Armour Polly, from the U.S.A., for the At-Large Advisory Committees open North America seat, and re-appointed ALAC member Roberto Gaetano, from Italy, to serve for another term as a European representative on the ALAC.
In this issue: STRATEGY FOR NEW TLDs – ICANN recently posted an Initial Version of New gTLD Implementation Strategy
for public comment. The report states that ICANN “is committed to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for selecting new gTLDs using predictable, straightforward, transparent, and
This document represents the contribution of ICANN’s At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) to the “Consultations on the Establishment of the Working Group on Internet Governance” to be held in Geneva on September 20-21, 2004. Nature and Scope of Internet Governance We think that the scope of “Internet Governance”
The Internet Society Congo & the Internet Users Network (Tokyo) On 8 September 2004, two more organizations were certified as "At-Large Structures" by ICANN's At-Large Advisory Committee: the Internet Society Congo (based in the Democratic Republic of Congo), and the Internet Users Network ( Tokyo) (based in
EVALUATION OF NEW TLDs – ICANN just posted an evaluation of the process used to select the seven new top-level domains (TLDs): .aero, .biz, .coop, .info, .museum, .name and .pro. The selection of these TLDs in November 2000 was the first effort to expand the domain name system (DNS) since the 1980s (other than by
In this issue: CANDIDATES SOUGHT FOR ICANN LEADERSHIP POSTS – If you (or a member of your group) are interested in serving in a leadership position in ICANN, or would like to recommend someone for a position, ICANN's Nominating Committee is seeking recommendations and statements of interest by 25 August 2004. The
In this issue: WHOIS – The public comment period for the Preliminary Reports of three WHOIS Task Forces has been extended to 5 July. According to ICANN policy, registrars and gTLD registries must publish domain name registrants' names and addresses online, through the WHOIS service. Three task forces formed by
In this issue: WHOIS – Preliminary Reports of three Whois Task Forces have been posted for public comment. According to ICANN policy, registrars and gTLD registries must publish domain name registrants' names and addresses online, through the WHOIS service. Three task forces formed by ICANN's GNSO (Generic Names
El Comite Asesor At-Large anuncia sus delegados al Comite de Nominaciones del ICANN 2004 El Comite Asesor At-Large anuncia sus delegados al Comite de Nominaciones del ICANN 2004 El Comite Asesor At-Large del ICANN (ALAC) anuncia que han sido seleccionados cinco voluntarios de diferentes regionales del mundo para
At-Large Advisory Committee Announces Delegates to ICANN's 2004 Nominating Committee ICANN's Interim At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) today announced that it selected five volunteers from five different regions of the world to serve as members of the Nominating Committee, which will select
In this issue: NEW TLDs - The public comment period for new sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) applications has been extended until 14 May. ICANN has received 10 applications for sTLDs - .asia, .cat, .jobs, .mail, .mobi, .post, .tel, .tel, .travel, and .xxx. Share your comments on particular applications, or the