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


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    ICANN To Allow WHOIS Privacy -- But Only When Legally Required
    On December 21st, 2007 with 0 comments
    ICANN has published a notice of implementation of the revised ICANN Procedure...
    Section: Main > PrivacyGovernment Advisory Committee (GAC)

    XXX Controversy Signals Major Change in ICANN
    On December 3rd, 2005 with 1 comments
    It is now clear that by sending its letter of August 12 blocking approval of...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    More arbitrary GAC interference in TLDs
    On August 28th, 2005 with 6 comments
    A new exchange of correspondence between a TLD supplicant and GAC illustrates...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Don't Like the UN? How About GAC?
    On August 17th, 2005 with 84 comments
    By now everyone knows about the attempt by the US Commerce Department to...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Who's going to kill .XXX?
    On August 15th, 2005 with 8 comments
    Humor writes "Have you seen the ICANN front page? Looks like .XXX is dead. ...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)gTLDs hoping to enter the legacy root

    Government Affairs Committee?
    On September 18th, 2003 with 1 comments
    Marc Schneiders writes "Has the name of the GAC changed? ICANN's President and...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Montreal is spelled "G-A-C"
    On June 23rd, 2003 with 0 comments
    The biggest story in Montreal so far is the increasingly aggressive role of the...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    EU to Fund (Run?) GAC
    On December 19th, 2002 with 2 comments
    Buried in a document entitled EU TRANSPORT COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONCLUSIONS:...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Canadian Government asks for input on ICANN Reform
    On August 21st, 2002 with 0 comments
    fnord writes "The Government of Canada has released a position paper on ICANN...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    ICANN Executive Committee Votes Funds to GAC
    On August 13th, 2002 with 8 comments
    ICANN, we are told is broke. That's one reason why we need this insider...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    A Note from the Future
    On July 28th, 2002 with 7 comments
    I come back from a month's vacation, and what do I find in my mailbox, but this...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Australia Spent AU$ 3 million on GAC, But Will Stop Now
    On March 21st, 2002 with 12 comments
    In an Australian Financial Review article that does not appear to be accessible...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Name Rights Battle Take a New Turn, Part 2: The Names Council Responds
    On October 12th, 2001 with 25 comments
    Disclaimer: I am on the Names Council and supported the resolution discussed in...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    Name Rights Battle Takes a New Turn: Part 1 - GAC's Power Grab
    On October 11th, 2001 with 5 comments
    ICANN’s still-unsettled structure received yet another warping last month when...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)

    GAC Agenda Posted
    On February 23rd, 2001 with 0 comments
    watcher writes "The GAC's agenda for Melbourne includes these gems:Discussion...
    Section: Main > Government Advisory Committee (GAC)


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