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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
    (June 1999 - March 2001)


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    Renewal Agreement Drafts Now Online
    On June 27th, 2006 with 1 comments
    ICANN just posted links to three draft renewal agreements:Afilias (.INFO),...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs.org

    We Never Seem to Learn, Do We?
    On April 2nd, 2005 with 7 comments
    Paul Vixie, commenting on the Nanog list about the consultant's report in the...
    Section: Main > .net.org

    PIR Board Chair Maher Shuffles Responsibilities
    On August 25th, 2004 with 10 comments
    dmehus writes "It appears that founding (and now former) Chair of the Board of...
    Section: Main > .org

    ISOC Announces New PIR Board
    On October 20th, 2003 with 0 comments
    dmehus writes "The Internet Society today announced the new Board of Directors...
    Section: Main > .org

    Terrorist Domain Names and Terrorist Organizations
    On October 11th, 2003 with 2 comments
    jberryhill writes "In a Federal Register notice published this week, US...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSI.org

    ISOC Announces Search For (Sort of) New PIR Board
    On September 11th, 2003 with 4 comments
    The Internet Society (ISOC) has sent an emailed announcement to all its members...
    Section: Main > .org

    The Final Benefit of EPP has come to .ORG
    On September 10th, 2003 with 6 comments
    dmehus writes "Public Interest Registry, the registry operator for the .ORG...
    Section: Main > .orgRegistrars

    Public Interest Registry unveils much-anticipated, new website
    On July 11th, 2003 with 13 comments
    dmehus writes "Public Interest Registry has unveiled its much-anticipated, new...
    Section: Main > .org

    PIR Implements the Redemption Grace Period for .ORG
    On June 11th, 2003 with 0 comments
    dmehus writes "Public Interest Registry, the registry operator for .ORG...
    Section: Main > .org

    .org Registry Vanishes (temporarily)
    On May 19th, 2003 with 5 comments
    The Register reports that .org registry vanishes into thin air...but in fact it...
    Section: Main > .org

    PIR Appoints 5 Committees
    On May 3rd, 2003 with 2 comments
    PIR (the .org registry) is creating five advisory committees: Editorial...
    Section: Main > .org

    PIR Announces Twenty One Member .ORG Advisory Council
    On April 17th, 2003 with 0 comments
    dmehus writes "Public Interest Registry announced recently that it has...
    Section: Main > .org

    PIR Names Edward G. Viltz to President & C.E.O. Positions
    On March 3rd, 2003 with 0 comments
    dmehus writes "Public Interest Registry ("PIR") has finally named its first...
    Section: Main > .org

    New Registry WHOIS Server for .ORG
    On January 27th, 2003 with 4 comments
    dmehus writes: "With the technical transition of the .ORG registry from...
    Section: Main > .org

    .ORG Whois Disappears..?
    On January 26th, 2003 with 2 comments
    CapnB writes "Looks like the .ORG whois has disappeared. For instance: 'No...
    Section: Main > .org

    Call for Nominations to .ORG Advisory Council
    On January 3rd, 2003 with 22 comments
    The Public Interest Registry (PIR) has issued a call for nominations to .ORG...
    Section: Main > .org

    For Hits and Giggles: What a difference .ORG can make.
    On October 30th, 2002 with 6 comments
    alx writes "This past monday a memo came accross my desk titled rather bluntly,...
    Section: Main > .org

    Board Achieves .ORGasm
    On October 14th, 2002 with 20 comments
    The ICANN Board reassigned the .org registry to the ISOC-Afilias team today,...
    Section: Main > .org

    Neustar seeks .org coup; will ICANN accede?
    On October 5th, 2002 with 48 comments
    The Final ICANN Staff Evaluation Report on .org redelegation may indicate that...
    Section: Main > .org

    ICANN Staff move target on .org to ensure preordained outcome
    On October 4th, 2002 with 6 comments
    josephk writes "The final responses from the .org bidders were received today....
    Section: Main > .org

    Time to Organize
    On October 2nd, 2002 with 27 comments
    The IMS/ISC consortium has issued its Response to the Final .org Evaluation...
    Section: Main > .org

    .org
    On September 24th, 2002 with 13 comments
    Unsurprisingly, no sooner did the Department of Commerce renew its MoU with...
    Section: Main > .org

    NCDNHC's Harold Feld Resigns
    On September 7th, 2002 with 2 comments
    Anonymous writes "Harold Feld resigned from the NCDNHC's dotORG evaluation...
    Section: Main > .org

    What .org is really for
    On September 3rd, 2002 with 8 comments
    There's serious stuff out there that needs commenting on involving the latest...
    Section: Main > .org

    Org bidders respond to evaluation
    On August 31st, 2002 with 6 comments
    alexander writes " ICANN has published the .org bidders comments regarding the...
    Section: Main > .org

    Organic Names Rip Into Bid Process
    On August 31st, 2002 with 3 comments
    Anonymous writes "Organic Names have just posted their Response to the ICANN...
    Section: Main > .org

    Old Internet Thinking RIP
    On August 30th, 2002 with 21 comments
    Carl Malamud, one of the sponsors of the IMS proposal for .org, has posted his...
    Section: Main > .org

    It Had To Be You (yes! another ICANN song!)
    On August 29th, 2002 with 1 comments
    It's been a long wait since the last ICANN song, but here's one about the .org...
    Section: Main > .org

    .org Prelim Report demolished
    On August 27th, 2002 with 7 comments
    Eric Brunner-Williams, whose impressive bio can be found in here (in the form...
    Section: Main > .org

    DotOrg PR push on Validation
    On August 25th, 2002 with 11 comments
    The DotOrg Foundation has issued a press release saying it is "astounded" by...
    Section: Main > .org

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