|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.
|GAC Singapore Communique||
Governmental Advisory Committee
Singapore, 23 June 2011
GAC Communiqué – Singapore
|GAC-Board special meeting over gTLDs|
|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||
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).