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US to Hand over Control of DNS to ICANN

NTIA has announced that it will hand over the Internet’s Domain Naming System (DNS) to ICANN. #DNS #DomainNamingSystem #Internet
https://securitygladiators.com/2016/08/29/us-dns-control-icann/

IANA Transition: On track for 30th September

By Aarti Bhavana

With just a month left for the 30th September deadline, ICANN has been busy completing all the tasks required by NTIA to ensure a smooth transition. 829 more words

Internet Governance

#nightlifematters

We’re delighted to have partnered with our pals at the Night Time Industries Association to support their new #nightlifematters campaign. Here we pass the reins over to Tom van Berckel at the NTIA to tell you more about the campaign and how you can get involved and help protect venues and clubs around the UK… 682 more words

Event Advice

Commerce Dept Approves ICANN Transition

Commerce Dept Approves ICANN Transition

Ted Cruz Leads Congressional Opposition

In March 2014, the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced its plan to transition key Internet domain name functions to the global multi-stakeholder community.   764 more words

ICANN

WE'RE SUPPORTING THE NIGHTLIFE MATTERS CAMPAIGN

See Tickets is supporting a campaign that’s working to raise awareness of the issues affecting the UK’s nightlife sector, which is facing numerous challenges at the moment including venue closures. 983 more words

News

The Internet is made with carrots, not sticks | TechCrunch

The Internet is at once global and local. The nature of internetworking means that the global Internet is built only of other networks. There is a small but key point of coordination on the Internet, called the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). 70 more words

Tools And Information

Government and the Digital Divide

There were two interesting announcements from politicians in the last week concerning the digital divide. First, there was an announcement from President Obama saying that he wants to connect 20 million more Americans to broadband by 2020. 869 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?