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Remaining GAC Scorecard issues, post Singapore

The ICANN Board approved the Applicant Guidebook on 20 June in Singapore. Prior to that approval it held a meeting with the GAC to go through outstanding issues.

Only the most significant issues were discussed during that two-hour meeting, and the Board accepted some and rejected others. It agreed to address the others before the program itself launches.

Below is a rundown of where each outstanding issues lies just after the Singapore meeting.



The following topics are most significant in terms of opening up applications.


 

Description

Details

Status

Reasoning/Comment

IP

Post-launch
independent review

GAC Singapore Communique

Governmental Advisory Committee

Singapore, 23 June 2011

GAC Communiqué – Singapore

I. Introduction

GAC-Board special meeting over gTLDs

New gTLDs and Applicant Guidebook Meeting with Board/GAC Sunday, 19 June 2011 ICANN Meeting - Singapore

GAC letter to ICANN Board (18 Jun 11)

Background: The following letter was sent from the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) to the ICANN Board on Saturday 18 June 2011.

US government letter to ICANN re: vertical integration

United States Department of Commerce

Jun 16 2011

Dear Chairman Dengate-Thrush:

Larry Strickling speech at INET New York

Keynote Remarks by Lawrence E. Strickling

ICANN pre-Singapore policy call details

ICANN is holding a policy call on 8 June and 9 June prior to its meeting in Singapore later this month.

G8 Declaration, May 2011

G8 DECLARATION

RENEWED COMMITMENT FOR FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY

G8 Summit of Deauville - May 26-27, 2011


Trademark claims notification process flow

The following document was submitted on 15 May 2011 as a public comment to the fifth version of ICANN's Applica

Chair report on IGF improvements (CSTD working group)

The following summary was sent the UN's Economic and Social Council by the chair of a working group created to review possible improvements to the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).