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Domain investors risk being left out of Whois discussion

Buying and selling domain names might be much harder this year. Major changes are coming to Whois and domain name investors might end up holding the short end of the stick. The impetus for change came not from the community, but from the European Union and its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). ICANN only belatedly […]

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#Domainer comics : #ICANN61 in pictures

ICANN61 is ongoing in beautiful San Juan, Puerto Rico. While some reported challenges at the event are only true in a parallel universe, those attending the ICANN gathering, surely have their personal viewpoints to share. Take GDPR, for example. The Ge...
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Redl discusses Whois availability at ICANN 61

Head of NTIA reiterates United States’ position on Whois data. At ICANN 61 in Puerto Rico today, NTIA chief David Redl again called for restraint in changes made to Whois. Redl and the U.S. government are concerned about the effect that limiting public Whois information will have for law enforcement, intellectual property and security interests. […]

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ICANNWiki fans protest funding cut

ICANN should continue to fund the independent ICANNWiki project, according to high-profile industry supporters. As I first reported back in December, ICANN plans to stop giving a $100,000 annual grant to ICANNWiki, a repository of about 6,000 community...
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Community calls on ICANN to cut staff spending

ICANN should look internally to cut costs before swinging the scythe at the volunteer community. That’s a key theme to emerge from many comments filed by the community last week on ICANN’s fiscal 2019 budget, which sees spending on staff in...
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