Tag Archives: ICANN

ICANN and Registrar Negotiation Team Post Summary of RAA Negotiations

In advance of the Costa Rica meeting, ICANN and the Registrar Negotiation Team have prepared a summary of the negotiations [PDF, 117 KB] on the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA). After the Board directed ICANN and the Registrars to proceed into negotiations regarding recommendations by law enforcement [PDF, 111 KB] and recommendations from the GNSO, negotiations proceeded at a brisk pace, ...

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Are You Ready For The .BRAND New Internet; Fundamental Change to The Internet History

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ICANN Approves New Top-Level Domains, So Prepare For .Whatever A handful of not very descriptive top-level domains, such as .com, .net, .org, as well as country-specific TLDs are what the web is currently made of, but this is about to change drastically. In June 2011, ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), the international authority over top-level domain names, ...

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