ALAC seeks comments on new gTLD statement.

The At-Large Advisory Committee is seeking comments on its draft statement on new gTLDs. The statement argues in favor of a more open sTLD RFP, and lists a number of general principles that any addition of new gTLDs should adhere to. Comments can …

The At-Large Advisory Committee is seeking comments on its draft statement on new gTLDs. The statement argues in favor of a more open sTLD RFP, and lists a number of general principles that any addition of new gTLDs should adhere to. Comments can be submitted to forum@alac.icann.org until September 7. (Of course, you’re also free to use this weblog to comment…)

Societ?? Internet submits first At-Large Structure application

Societ? Internet, the Italian ISOC chapter, has submitted the first at large structure application to ALAC. The committee will now review this application according to the certification process for at-large structures that was adopted in Montreal.

Società Internet, the Italian ISOC chapter, has submitted the first at large structure application to ALAC. The committee will now review this application according to the certification process for at-large structures that was adopted in Montreal.

RSS feed change

The change of software also brings some change with respect to the feeds provided by this site: There’s an RSS 0.91 feed, an RSS 1.0 feed, and a dedicated ICANN items RSS 1.0 feed. Please update your subscriptions accordingly.

The change of software also brings some change with respect to the feeds provided by this site: There’s an RSS 0.91 feed, an RSS 1.0 feed, and a dedicated ICANN items RSS 1.0 feed. Please update your subscriptions accordingly.

Two lawyers, N opinions.

GoDaddy.com offers c-Site as a service that is supposed to make federal copyright registration in the US easier. Bret Fausett calls their marketing overly simplistic, if not outright deceptive. The people behind copyright blog, however, write: How…

GoDaddy.com offers c-Site as a service that is supposed to make federal copyright registration in the US easier. Bret Fausett calls their marketing overly simplistic, if not outright deceptive. The people behind copyright blog, however, write: How does $9,95 … sound to give your site protection against theft and unauthorized use? Not bad.

Update: Here’s a third lawyer weighing in on the topic.