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  • LatinoamerICANN Project
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    Homeland Security Department was warned about DNSSEC key ownership and trust issues
    On December 19th, 2007 with 0 comments
    In a Circle ID Post that generated many comments, Geoff Huston tries to dismiss...
    Section: Main > Security

    The Politics of DNSSEC
    On September 9th, 2007 with 0 comments
    VeriSign's DNS expert, Dr. Phillip Hallam-Baker, has made a very interesting...
    Section: Main > Security

    Kidnapping Domains
    On September 9th, 2007 with 0 comments
    Vision writes "I became acutely aware of ICANN and its 'role' when my domains...
    Section: Main > Registrars

    Whois Timeline published
    On August 23rd, 2007 with 0 comments
    Researchers at IGP have prepared a comprehensive timeline of the evolution of...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Consensus Eludes Whois Working Group
    On August 21st, 2007 with 0 comments
    The report of the Whois Working Group was published today. The Working Group...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Serial Blog on DNSSEC
    On April 3rd, 2007 with 0 comments
    IGP has launched a month-long series of blog entries on DNS security, focusing...
    Section: Main > Security

    Internet Governance Project Blog
    On February 9th, 2007 with 0 comments
    A new blog devoted to Internet governance topics has been fielded by the...
    Section: Main > The Big Picture

    ICANN Conquers New Worlds...?
    On December 13th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Rik Panganiban's blog has published a "news release" from ICANN in which the...
    Section: Main > Laugh (or Cry)

    WHOIS Debate Goes to Brazil
    On December 4th, 2006 with 0 comments
    The ICANN GNSO's effort to make the Internet's WHOIS service consistent with...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    On November 20th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Anonymous writes "If ever there was a good argument supporting term limits for...
    Section: Main > The Big Picture

    Reform ICANN Meetings?
    On November 17th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Board member Susan Crawford has developed a thoughtful White Paper proposing...
    Section: Main > ICANN Meetings

    Twomey Coughs It Up
    On October 4th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Under pressure from a wide variety of stakeholders for a direct, written...
    Section: Main > ICANN Does Good

    Nominet becoming a .COM registrar
    On October 1st, 2006 with 2 comments
    Ray Littoria writes "Nominet, the .uk registry, continues to prepare its...
    Section: Main > Registrars

    Commerce and ICANN: "Dramatic change?"
    On October 1st, 2006 with 1 comments
    The Internet Governance Project analyzes the new ICANN-Commerce Department...
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    A Critical Assessment of the LSE Report on GNSO Reform
    On September 20th, 2006 with 0 comments
    The Internet Governance Project has produced an assessment of the LSE Report....
    Section: Main > ICANN Staff and Structure

    GigaNet Announces Global Scholar Network, Issues C
    On September 13th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Brenden Kuerbis writes "The Global Internet Governance Academic Network...
    Section: Main > The Big Picture

    GNSO's ISP constituency fails to renew its own domain name
    On September 9th, 2006 with 6 comments
    As we await the London School of Economics' heavily vetted report on the GNSO...
    Section: Main > Laugh (or Cry)

    ICANN Confirms: New gTLD Contracts Permit .tv style pricing
    On August 24th, 2006 with 8 comments
    GeorgeK writes "Vint Cerf/ICANN confirm my interpretation of .biz/info/org...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs

    The New IANA Contract
    On August 22nd, 2006 with 0 comments
    It's amazing how light -- and how bad -- the coverage of the new IANA contract...
    Section: Main > IANA

    Beginning of the End of US Control of the Root?
    On July 20th, 2006 with 4 comments
    The Internet Governance Project is reporting that former Commerce Dept....
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    NTIA still accepting comments on "DNS Transition"
    On July 13th, 2006 with 1 comments
    ehasbrouck writes "NTIA is still catching up with posting what they told me are...
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    Recursive DNS service tries to block phishing hole
    On July 11th, 2006 with 1 comments
    fnord writes "Wired News reports on OpenDNS, a San Francisco based company...
    Section: Main > IP Numbers

    IGP Campaign Irritates NTIA
    On June 30th, 2006 with 3 comments
    Over a week ago, word reached me that the NTIA - the branch of the U.S....
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    Did DoC Use the IANA Contract to Convince ICANN to Nix .XXX?
    On June 25th, 2006 with 1 comments
    ICM Registry has issued a new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about...
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    Send a Message to NTIA
    On June 13th, 2006 with 2 comments
    The Internet Governance Project is is urging Internet users everywhere, but...
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations

    Does China Protect Domain Name Registrants' Rights Better than ICANN?
    On June 2nd, 2006 with 1 comments
    This is not exactly breaking news, but often it takes time for events in China...
    Section: Main > Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)

    ICM Registry Mounts FOIA Appeal
    On May 19th, 2006 with 8 comments
    The XXX drama isn't over. Today ICM Registry announced that it would file a...
    Section: Main > gTLDs hoping to enter the legacy root

    The Forum MAG: Who Are These People?
    On May 18th, 2006 with 11 comments
    United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan established an Advisory Group to...
    Section: Main > WSIS

    An X-Ray of ICANN
    On May 5th, 2006 with 6 comments
    ICANN released its revised Operating Plan yesterday. Some items of interest: P
    Section: Main > Budget and Expenditures

    In Historic Vote on WHOIS Purpose, Reformers Win by 2/3 Majority
    On April 12th, 2006 with 7 comments
    It has taken almost three years -- by some counts, more than 6 years -- but...
    Section: Main > Privacy

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