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Registration for RIPE 82 Now Open

InternetNews.me: RIPE’s 82nd public meeting will be held from May 17th to May 21st. In common with most events this year it’s going to be 100% virtual. While the “in person” RIPE meetings normally come with a registration fee (...
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No ICANN Face to Face Events Until After June

InternetNews.me: In a move that surprised absolutely nobody ICANN has formally extended their “travel ban” until the end of June 2021. Realistically I suspect that the suspension of travel and face to face events is going to be extended be...
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ICANN’s Hague Meeting Now Virtual

InternetNews.me: In a move that surprised absolutely nobody ICANN has yet again announced that an upcoming event will be online only. ICANN’s second meeting of the year is scheduled to take place in June. Originally this was meant to be held in ...
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Middle East DNS Forum Goes Virtual for 2021

InternetNews.me: Last year the Middle East DNS Forum was meant to be taking place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Due to the pandemic the event was cancelled completely last year. For 2021 the Forum is being held online from April 5th to April 7th. It’...
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Chilean Country Code Domains Breaks 700k Mark

InternetNews.me: The .cl domain name registry for Chile recently hit a milestone. There are now over 700 thousand .cl domain names registered. (At time of writing 700338). According to a release from the registry, the milestone was reached on 11th Mar...
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NamesCon and CloudFest Independent Again

InternetNews.me: Back when events were being held in person CloudFest, which used to be known as World Hosting Days, was the largest event for hosting companies in the world. Other events like HostingCon had shrunk over the years until eventually they...
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ICANN 70 “Prep Week” Schedule Live

InternetNews.me: ICANN 70 is following a similar format to recent ICANN meetings, with the event being spread out over a couple of weeks instead of being concentrated in 4 or 5 days. The schedule for “prep week” which runs from March 8-11 ...
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