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After 50 ICANN Meetings, Its Amazing ICANN Never Held A Meeting In These 10 Places

April 16th, 2014 Comments off

ICANN is about to hold its 50th meeting in London from June 21st. June 25, 2014.

Looking back at the previous 49 ICANN general meetings and where they have been held.  I figured I would point out 10 spots around the globe that its pretty hard to believe ICANN has not held a meeting in.

None of these cities have ever been the host of an ICANN meeting:

1. New York City

In my opinion still the greatest city on earth and certainly in everyone’s book one of the most influential.

If you were going to start a global organization New York would certainly be in my top 5 spots

Of course New York is also  home of the United Nations, which may take oversight control over ICANN in the years to come.

2. Dubai

Arguably the financial center of the Middle East.

There was a (Regional Meeting) in 2008 between ICANN 32 and 33 but it has never been the site of one of the 50 ICANN meetings.

3.  Tokyo

The 6th ICANN meeting was held in Yokohama.

ICANN has never returned to Japan.

4. Hong Kong. Another major financial center of the World and certainly of Asia.

Despite holding 3 of the 50 meetings in Singapore, ICANN has not held a meeting in Hong Kong

5. Switzerland

Yes I know its a country but ICANN missed having a meeting there, be it Zurich or Geneva or another spot, ICANN missed the whole country

Known to be the most neutral country in the world and reported at times this year, to be the new home of ICANN, its pretty amazing that a meeting was never held in the country.

6.  Moscow

One of the world’s largest cities and another financial center.

ICANN not only missed Moscow but the former Soviet Union, or any of the countries that broke away even those that are now coming back under Russian Control.

7.  Spain.  Yes another country but Madrid, Barcelona and the rest of the country came up dry in holding ICANN meetings.

Panama City.  Not only a booming financial center, it is actually the financial center of Latin America and the shipping channel to the world.

ICANN hasn’t held one of its meetings in the Country.

9. Istanbul is the third biggest city in the world in terms of population and ICANN has not held a meeting there or anywhere in Turkey for that matter.

ICANN also missed Greece entirely.

10.  Any place other than California in the United States.

Our first pick New York is such a miss we included separately,  but its amazing to note that ICANN never held a meeting in the United States other than in California (number 29 was held Puerto Rico)

Including the ICANN meeting scheduled in October which will mark the 6th held in the United States (7th including Puerto Rico) yet ICANN has missed out along the way on  on cities like Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Miami, Atlanta (which hosted an Olympics) and never even made it to the convention capital of the United States, Las Vegas.

We also should mention that until ICANN decided to have its 50th ICANN meeting in London they had never held a meeting in England or the  United Kingdom for that matter.

 

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The ICA Comments on ICANN Preliminary Issue Report on IGOs and INGOs

April 14th, 2014 Comments off
Phil Corwin of the ICA has sent a comment to ICANN regarding the Preliminary Issue Report on Access by IGOs and INGOs to the Curative Rights Protections of the UDRP and URS. In that report, the staff recommended the GNSO Council initiate a PDP (Policy Development Process) to see if they should modify the UDRP […]
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Stuart Lawley Chats About ICANN & The New gTLD’s On Cavuto Fox Business Show

April 2nd, 2014 Comments off

Stuart Lawley the CEO of the ICM Registry, which operates the .XXX top level domain name extension and an applicant for .sex, .porn and .adult was interviewed by Cavuto, on Fox Business News, in a segment which lasted over five minutes.

My favorite quote from the Story from Lawley on new gTLD’s in response to Cavuto’s question won’t the new gTLD’s be confusing to users:

“There will be confusion, but in 3-5 years from now people will look at the internet very different and people will look at a domain and know exactly what they are getting.”

Fox Business News from Jason on Vimeo.…

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WSJ: If The UN Gets Control Of ICANN Your Domain Registration Fees May Increase, A Lot

April 2nd, 2014 Comments off

The Wall Street Journal just published a story by Karl Borden who is a professor of financial economics at the University of Nebraska who warns that if the US gives up its oversight control over ICANN and the United Nations winds up in that roll, expect that fees are going to be imposed on every domain registration to support not only ICANN but UN activities.

The professor cites “As far back as 2001, a U.N. report, “Financing the Global Sharing Economy,” proposed that the U.N. be given the authority to levy a tax on “speculative currency transactions” with a projected revenue stream north of $150 billion.”

“Should the U.N. get control of the Internet and the global commerce it carries, that figure will be chump change.”

“If history is any guide, the run-up to big dollars will be stunningly rapid. One need only reference the increases in U.S. federal revenues and expenditures after passage in 1913 of the 16th Amendment establishing the federal income tax. The top 1913 rate of 7% more than doubled by 1916 to 15%, then rocketed to 67% in 1917 and 77% in 1918. It always starts small.”

“Power follows the money, and bureaucratic appetites are voracious. Who will there be to stop the process, after all? Where is the elected legislative body that will answer to the world’s population that finally pays these “fees”?

“Among the many disingenuous justifications being touted for this colossal strategic mistake is that no “government control” will be imposed on the Internet. But democratic “government control” is exactly what will be needed, and it will be absent. Constitutional governments are the means by which citizens delegate the job of protecting their individual rights, and allow them to retain at least some ability to avoid tyranny. With constitutional government it becomes at least possible for citizens to say “No—No more!” No such checks are in place for a global bureaucracy that will have the power to reach into every pocket on earth.”

At the moment ICANN charges a fee of $.18 per domain for most TLD’s.

However the ICANN fee is one of things the US has oversight control of, including the awarding of the contract to operate the .com and .net registry which expires in 2018.

The professor’s argument and I think its a good one, is if the UN has control over ICANN that fee may not stay at $.18.…

Strickling, Fadi, Steve DelBianco All Set To Testify In House Hearing On ICANN Tomorrow

April 1st, 2014 Comments off

There is going to be a house hearing tomorrow on the US giving up its oversight control over ICANN.

The hearing is being held by the Energy & Commerce Committee of the United States House of Representatives

The Subcommittee on Communications and Technology has scheduled a hearing on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. in 2322 Rayburn House Office Building. The title of the hearing is “Ensuring the Security, Stability, Resilience, and Freedom of the Global Internet.” Witnesses will be announced and are by invitation only. The hearing webcast will be available at http://energycommerce.house.gov/

Witnesses:

Panel I

The Honorable Larry Strickling:

Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information Administration
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
U.S. Department of Commerce

Mr. Fadi Chehadé:

President and CEO
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Witness Testimony (Truth in Testimony and CV)

The Honorable David A. Gross:

Partner
Wiley Rein, LLP
Witness Testimony (Truth in Testimony and CV)

Panel II

Mr. Steve DelBianco:

Executive Director
NetChoice
Witness Testimony (Truth in Testimony and CV)

Ms. Carolina Rossini:

Project Director, Latin American Resource Center
Internet Governance and Human Rights Program
New American Foundation…

Well At Least Microsoft Is Happy About The US Giving Up Oversight of ICANN

March 27th, 2014 Comments off

In a statement issued by Microsoft today they “applaud The  US NTIA’s transition of key Internet domain name functions”

The statement was made on behalf of Microsoft by David Tennenhouse Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Technology Policy

“”The U.S. Department of Commerce National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s recent announcement of its intent to transition key Internet domain name functions to the global multi-stakeholder community is a significant and welcome development.

Unlike the other major international communications networks (e.g., the telephone system and postal systems), there has been no single government-led organization that has guided the evolution and growth of the Internet. Instead, “Internet governance” has been the responsibility of literally dozens of different organizations, involving academics, technologists, government and business working collaboratively to create and implement the key standards, shape business practices, and develop norms that have enabled the Internet to grow at an astonishing rate over the last 20 years. This model has served the world well and led to countless innovations that have transformed our world. Initiating the final steps in the transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions now is a clear recognition of the value and success of this unique model.

The IANA functions are critical to the operation of the Internet – and the Internet technical organizations have worked carefully and collaboratively to ensure that we can all rely on the Domain Name System (DNS). The U.S. government has had a stewardship role over the IANA functions since their inception and, as part of the group that began the transition process in 1997, I can personally attest that our goal since that time has been to fully transfer stewardship to the global multi-stakeholder community.

As a worldwide leader in providing devices, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential, Microsoft relies on the stability, resilience and security of the DNS system to enable our cloud services – and we are confident that now is the right time to complete this transition. It is the logical next step in the evolution of the greatest technological innovation of our time, and we look forward to participating in the process with ICANN, IETF, IAB, ISOC and all other stakeholders.”"…

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Who Should Oversee The Web ?

March 26th, 2014 Comments off

Who Should Oversee The Web ?

PBS covered the topic of just who should oversee ICANN and what part government should have in that role. Host Judy Woodruff sat down with Vint Cerf from Google and Randolph May of the Free State Foundation.

There is a full transcript on the site if you do not wish to watch the video.

Cerf and May discuss their concerns with how the process may turn out, I think May summed up what a lot of people are concerned about.

RANDOLPH MAY: I do have some concerns.

And my concerns relate to what will happen at the end of the process. Vint talks about a process almost as an end in itself, but ultimately there has to be — the U.S. is proposing at the end of the day that there be some new entity or some — you can call it what you will, but there has to be some organization that’s managing the Internet, this assignment of domain names.

And my concern is, we don’t know now, at the beginning of the process, what that entity will look like. But we do know, based on proposals that have been made by several countries in the past, Russia, China, Iran, that their vision of who should control the Internet includes some form of government control and government supervision.

So you have to be concerned about, at the end of the day, whether there can be an organization, entity, whatever, that is doing what ICANN does today, the entity that now controls the Internet, and whether there will be insulation from government control and how that will work.

There are certainly contrasting ideologies on the free flow of information, there are countries vastly opposed to the definition the majority of the world holds.

Cerf touches upon the fact that certain requirements need to be met before there is a transition.

VINT CERF: Yes, well, the question is can they get the upper hand or not.

And I want to point out very clearly, first of all, that NTIA’s announcement on the 14th of March specifically said they wouldn’t accept a solution to…

JUDY WOODRUFF: And, again, this is this federal…

VINT CERF: That was only governmental.

That’s important, because they don’t have to accept anything. At the end of this current contract period, in September, they can continue the contract if they decide that they don’t like the proposed outcomes.

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Former CEO Of ICANN Beckstrom: US Surrender of Internet Governance Leads to Turbulence & Risks

March 22nd, 2014 Comments off

In an email to subscribers of his newsletter, the former CEO of ICANN Rod Beckstrom says the US surrender of Internet governance role will leadsto new turbulence and risks

Here is his statement:

“During my tenure as CEO of ICANN, I signed both the 2009 Affirmation of Commitments and the 2012 IANA contract that governs changes to the global Internet’s root zone – the authoritative database of top-level Internet domain names and addresses. These are the definitive agreements that codify the relationship between the U.S. government and ICANN.

Last Friday the U.S. government effectively surrendered its historic authority over the Internet with its surprise announcement of its intention to pass this responsibility to the global multistakeholder community.

From its inception, ICANN was designed for this transition. That it is finally taking place is a hallmark of the good work of thousands of people involved in ICANN, its Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC), the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the broader global Internet community.

As a staunch advocate of a free, open, unified Internet governed by the global community, I strongly support this transition. The U.S. should live up to its 1998 commitment to end its special role.

So why did the U.S. government do this now? Because they face the serious risk of losing even more at the upcoming NETmundial conference on Internet governance in Brazil. This event could potentially lead to greater United Nations control over the Internet and open the door to increased influence by countries opposed to a free and open Internet.

With the suddenness of this announcement we are entering a new, risky and chaotic process without a clear plan, and nothing less than the future of the Internet is at stake. “…

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ICANN: Important Corrections To Inaccuracies and Misconceptions Regarding U.S. Announcement

March 20th, 2014 Comments off

ICANN in a blog post today, entitled Important Corrections to General Inaccuracies and Misconceptions Regarding U.S. Announcement and IANA Functions tries to quite the outrage coming from many in the domain community and Congress.

Here is some of the blog post (edited)

On Friday, March 14 the U.S. Government announced its intention to transition its stewardship responsibilities of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Functions to the global multistakeholder community—a key component of the Internet ecosystem. The IANA Functions are the Internet’s technical identifiers, specifically, the top-level domain names of the Domain Name System, IP addresses, and protocol parameter registries.

Unfortunately, some critics of the U.S. Government’s announcement have begun to speculate and report through the media a number of inaccurate arguments. I would like to correct the record on some important claims.

  1. The announcement is NOT a final decision to surrender control of the Internet.On Friday, the U.S. government asked the global community to develop a proposal for transferring its stewardship of the IANA Functions. The government was not announcing a new law, rather initiating an inclusive, global discussion. The government also set clear boundaries for that discussion, including a very clear statement that it will not release control of these functions to any government-led or inter-governmental organization solution.

    Instead, ICANN will lead a transparent dialogue among governments, the private sector, and civil society to determine the transition process and establish a governing body that is globally accountable. This process ensures each of the Internet’s diverse stakeholders has a voice in its governance.

    In addition, the U.S. government has made it clear that the transition proposal must address the following four principles:

    • Support and enhance the multistakeholder model
    • Maintain the security, stability and resiliency of the Internet DNS
    • Meet the needs and expectation of the global customers and partners of the IANA services
    • Maintain the openness of the Internet

    In other words, any proposal that affects the openness of the Internet and its multistakeholder governance will be rejected.

  2. The announcement is NOT a response to disclosures by Edward Snowden about the National Security Agency and its policies.One media report claims ICANN lobbied the U.S.Government to relinquish its oversight “using the Snowden leaks as a lever.” This couldn’t be further from the truth. The government first envisioned this transfer when it began contracting with ICANN in 1998. For the past 16 years, ICANN has protected the open Internet with increasing operational excellence – itself accountable to the global community.
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ICANN Last Resort Contention Auctions Look Like a Go With 1st Planned For June 4th

March 19th, 2014 Comments off

ICANN just published a schedule of contention resolution Last Resort Auction and they start on June 4th with a goal of having 20 a month and resolving all of them in 1o months.

This should push many applicants to go into a private auction where the funds go to the other applicants or in the RightoftheDot.com model even to Charities and other non-profits.

There is a schudule of auctions and 10 pages of very firm rules on how the Last Resort Auctions will be conducted.

One of the advantages of private auctions is that parties can agree to terms like amounts of Escrow.com timing of deposits an winning bids.

Those applications in contention can be seen on the ICANN Current Application Status page or the Contention Set Status page as having an application status of In Auction.

Applicants that have received an intent to Auction notification must respond within 28 days of the notification date and submit completed pre-auction materials including the Bidders Agreement and Bidder Forms.

These materials are available within the Auctions resources section of the Auctions landing page on the New gTLD microsite as well as within the web form in the Customer Portal. Auction dates for each contention set will be confirmed at least 21 days prior to the Auction.

 

 

Should all contention set members agree that they would like to postpone the auction, ICANN may accommodate such requests per the Auction Rules. To request a schedule postponement, each member of the contention set should make the request using the web form in the Customer Portal when submitting the bidder information. Requests from any fewer than all active members of a contention set will not be honored.

 

Should all contention set members agree that they would like to advance the schedule, ICANN may be able to accommodate such requests. To request a schedule advancement, each member of the contention set should contact ICANN via the customer portal and submit a request identifying the earliest auction date they can support. Requests from any fewer than all active members of a contention set will not be honored.

 

The scheduled dates and times of the auctions are as follows:

 

New gTLD Auction Dates

 …

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