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WIPO Domain Name Decision D2014-0226 for malwarebytesformac.com

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WIPO Domain Name Decision D2014-0159 for y8.net

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WIPO Domain Name Decision D2014-0200 for westincasuarina.com

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WIPO Domain Name Decision DAU2014-0002 for beachbodyworkout.com.au

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Proposed Changes to the Inter-Registrar Policy (Watch the Video & Provide Comments)

14 April 2014

The public comment period for the IRTP-D Working Group’s Initial Report closes on 25 April 2014 at 23:59 UTC.

For a rich media explanation of each of the Working Group’s Charter questions, the following video provides an excellent summary. The detailed Initial Report containing the recommendations and background can be found here [PDF, 936 KB].

Whether you agree, dis-agree, or have suggested alternatives to the proposed recommendations, the Working Group will value and consider all input. Please see the Public Comment Announcement and submit your comments before the window closes on 25 April 2014.

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Proposed Changes to the Inter-Registrar Policy (Watch the Video & Provide Comments)

14 April 2014

The public comment period for the IRTP-D Working Group’s Initial Report closes on 25 April 2014 at 23:59 UTC.

For a rich media explanation of each of the Working Group’s Charter questions, the following video provides an excellent summary. The detailed Initial Report containing the recommendations and background can be found here [PDF, 936 KB].

Whether you agree, dis-agree, or have suggested alternatives to the proposed recommendations, the Working Group will value and consider all input. Please see the Public Comment Announcement and submit your comments before the window closes on 25 April 2014.

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Internationalized Registration Data Expert Working Group Interim Report Public Comment Opened

14 April 2014

Forum Announcement: Comment Period Opens on Date: 14 March 2014
Categories/Tags:
  • Whois
  • Internationalized Registration Data
  • Expert Working Group
  • Domain Name Registration Data
Purpose (Brief):

This Public Forum invites comments on the Interim Report from Whois review team internationalized registration data expert working group. The Report proposes internationalization requirements for fourteen categories of data elements currently outputted by the various gTLD registration data directory services.

Public Comment Box Link: http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/ird-interim-14apr14-en.htm

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Internationalized Registration Data Expert Working Group Interim Report Public Comment Opened

14 April 2014

Forum Announcement: Comment Period Opens on Date: 14 March 2014
Categories/Tags:
  • Whois
  • Internationalized Registration Data
  • Expert Working Group
  • Domain Name Registration Data
Purpose (Brief):

This Public Forum invites comments on the Interim Report from Whois review team internationalized registration data expert working group. The Report proposes internationalization requirements for fourteen categories of data elements currently outputted by the various gTLD registration data directory services.

Public Comment Box Link: http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/ird-interim-14apr14-en.htm

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IDN ccTLD Request From Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, Successfully Passes String Evaluation

14 April 2014

ICANN is pleased to announce the successful completion of String Evaluation on proposed IDN ccTLD string for Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of.

Details of the successful evaluation are provided here: http://www.icann.org/en/resources/idn/fast-track/string-evaluation-completion#m

The IDN (Internationalized Domain Name) ccTLD Fast Track Process was approved by the ICANN Board at its annual meeting in Seoul, South Korea on 30 October 2009. First requests were received starting 16 November 2009. The process enables countries and territories to submit requests to ICANN for IDN ccTLDs, representing their respective country or territory names in scripts other than Latin. IDN ccTLD requesters must fulfill a number of requirements:

  • the script used to represent the IDN ccTLDs must be non-Latin;
  • the languages used to express the IDN ccTLDs must be official in the corresponding country or territory; and
  • a specific set of technical requirements must be met (as evaluated by an external DNS Stability Panel comprised of DNS and IDN experts).

The request and evaluation processes entail three steps:

  • Preparation (by the requester in the country / territory): Community consensus is built for which IDN ccTLD to apply for, how it is run, and which organization will be running it, along with preparing and gathering all the required supporting documentation. Requests are submitted through an online system together with additional material supporting the process at http://www.icann.org/en/topics/idn/fast-track/.
  • String Evaluation: Requests are evaluated in accordance with the technical and linguistic requirements for the IDN ccTLD string(s) criteria described above.
  • String Delegation: Requests successfully meeting string evaluation criteria are eligible to apply for delegation following the same ICANN IANA process as is used for ASCII based ccTLDs. Requesters submit string delegation requests to IANA root zone management: root-mgmt@iana.org.

With this announcement, a total of 32 countries/territories requests have successfully passed through the String Evaluation. Of these, 26 countries/territories (represented by 36 IDN ccTLDs) are delegated in the DNS root zone; with the remainder either readying to apply, or actively applying for, delegation of the string. Up-to-date numbers about the IDN Fast Track Program will continue to be provided on the Fast Track Process web page at http://www.icann.org/en/topics/idn/fast-track.

ICANN looks forward to enabling the availability of non-Latin country-code domains for countries that meet the Fast Track Process requirements. ICANN will continue to accept new string evaluation requests in the Fast Track Process. Staff support is available to help all countries and territories interested in participating in the Fast Track Process. Please email idncctldrequests@icann.org for any inquiries for participation.

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IDN ccTLD Request From Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, Successfully Passes String Evaluation

14 April 2014

ICANN is pleased to announce the successful completion of String Evaluation on proposed IDN ccTLD string for Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of.

Details of the successful evaluation are provided here: http://www.icann.org/en/resources/idn/fast-track/string-evaluation-completion#m

The IDN (Internationalized Domain Name) ccTLD Fast Track Process was approved by the ICANN Board at its annual meeting in Seoul, South Korea on 30 October 2009. First requests were received starting 16 November 2009. The process enables countries and territories to submit requests to ICANN for IDN ccTLDs, representing their respective country or territory names in scripts other than Latin. IDN ccTLD requesters must fulfill a number of requirements:

  • the script used to represent the IDN ccTLDs must be non-Latin;
  • the languages used to express the IDN ccTLDs must be official in the corresponding country or territory; and
  • a specific set of technical requirements must be met (as evaluated by an external DNS Stability Panel comprised of DNS and IDN experts).

The request and evaluation processes entail three steps:

  • Preparation (by the requester in the country / territory): Community consensus is built for which IDN ccTLD to apply for, how it is run, and which organization will be running it, along with preparing and gathering all the required supporting documentation. Requests are submitted through an online system together with additional material supporting the process at http://www.icann.org/en/topics/idn/fast-track/.
  • String Evaluation: Requests are evaluated in accordance with the technical and linguistic requirements for the IDN ccTLD string(s) criteria described above.
  • String Delegation: Requests successfully meeting string evaluation criteria are eligible to apply for delegation following the same ICANN IANA process as is used for ASCII based ccTLDs. Requesters submit string delegation requests to IANA root zone management: root-mgmt@iana.org.

With this announcement, a total of 32 countries/territories requests have successfully passed through the String Evaluation. Of these, 26 countries/territories (represented by 36 IDN ccTLDs) are delegated in the DNS root zone; with the remainder either readying to apply, or actively applying for, delegation of the string. Up-to-date numbers about the IDN Fast Track Program will continue to be provided on the Fast Track Process web page at http://www.icann.org/en/topics/idn/fast-track.

ICANN looks forward to enabling the availability of non-Latin country-code domains for countries that meet the Fast Track Process requirements. ICANN will continue to accept new string evaluation requests in the Fast Track Process. Staff support is available to help all countries and territories interested in participating in the Fast Track Process. Please email idncctldrequests@icann.org for any inquiries for participation.

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