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After 10 months, ICANN board “promptly” publishes its own minutes

ICANN’s board of directors has approved a huge batch of its own meeting minutes, covering the period from July 15 last year to March 10 this year, raising questions about its commitment to timely transparency. The board approved the minutes of its last 14 full-board meetings in one huge batch of 14 separate resolutions at […]

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ICANN trying to water down its transparency obligations

ICANN? Trying to be less transparent? Surely not! The Org has been accused by some of its community members of trying to shirk its transparency obligations with proposed changes to its Documentary Information Disclosure Policy. The changes would give ICANN “superpowers” to deny DIDP requests, and to deny them without explanation, according to inputs to […]

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Court rules domain name list should stay secret

Publishing a list of every domain name in their zone is something that most TLD registries do automatically on a daily basis, but a court in Chile has ruled that doing so is a cybersecurity risk. NIC Chile, which runs .cl, said last week that it has wo...
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