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Month: December 2017

Data Protection & Privacy Update – Plans for the New Year

As 2017 comes to an end, it’s a good time to assess where we are & where we are going with our work to address potential compliance issues with ICANN agreements with generic top-level domain (gTLD) registries and registrars in light of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A Look Back at 2017
We started out by working with an ad hoc group of community volunteers to help us create & populate a matrix of user stories of the personal data that gTLD registries and registrars collect, transmit, or publish pursuant to ICANN agreements or policies. The purpose for collecting this information was to inform discussions about whether there are potential compliance issues under ICANN agreements with registries & registrars because of the new law, and to engage with data protection authorities.
We continued this work by facilitating discussions within the multistakeholder community during ICANN Public Meetings, blogs, & webinars.
Also, we…

ICANN Seeking Mentor for Worldwide Indigenous Ambassador Program for ICANN61

LOS ANGELES – 20 December 2017 – Today, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) announced a call for a volunteer to serve as a mentor for the Intercontinental Indigenous Ambassador Program during ICANN61.
ICANN announced the creation of the International Indigenous Ambassador Program in June 2017. The program establishes two Indigenous Ambassadors, which will be selected from underrepresented indigenous communities, as well as one mentor. Through the inclusion of a broader and more diverse base of knowledgeable constituents, ICANN will be better equipped to support the next generation of the global Internet community.
ICANN is now accepting applications for anyone interested in serving as a mentor for the two Global Indigenous Ambassadors during ICANN61. Mentors must be familiar with ICANN and At-Large, & have been active in one of the constituencies. Mentors must also meet a number of criteria listed on this webpage & follow the requirements for coaches as described in the ICANN Fellowship handbook.
The selected mentor will receive travel & hotel accommodations, as well as a per diem, for ICANN61 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which will be held from 10-15 March 2018.
The deadline for submitting applications is 8 January 2018. Applications are available here.
ICANN encourages anyone who is qualified to apply for this special opportunity!
About ICANN
ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure & unified worldwide Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or a number – into your computer or other device. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate & support these unique identifiers across the international. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with a community of participants from all over the globe. …

ICANN Publishes ICANN60 By the Numbers Report

LOS ANGELES – 20 December 2017 – Today, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) published the ICANN60 By the Numbers report, which includes technical, demographic, & attendance statistics. This report summarizes our findings from ICANN’s second Annual General Meeting of the new meeting strategy. This report is part of ICANN’s commitment to transparency.
By the Numbers Report highlights include:
1,929 checked-in participants, with 718 listing their region as APAC 23% of attendees participating for the first time 407 sessions held, for a total of 696 hours 84,955 schedule website page views 116.6 terabytes of data as network traffic 13% of network traffic was Interrnet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), a 3% increase from ICANN58 Copenhagen

Our goal is to improve on the statistics we collect, & to look for trends by comparing meeting data over time. Learning about trends gives us greater insights into how we are meeting the needs of attendees, & informs the kinds of changes we need to make.
Click here to download the full ICANN60 by the Numbers Report [PDF, 8.23 MB].
If you have questions, please email: meetings@icann.org.
About ICANN
ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure, & unified international Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or a number – into your computer or other device. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate & support these unique identifiers across the worldwide. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with a community of participants from all over the globe. …

Do You Have a Domain Name? Here’s What You Need to Know.

Part III – Having Issues Transferring Your Domain Name?
One of the primary purposes of ICANN’s Transfer Policy is to provide you with the option to freely move your domain name from one registrar to another. In our last blog, we explained how to do this. If you still have problems making a transfer, here is some information on why you might be encountering issues & some additional information on what you might be able to do about it.
The first thing you should know is that there are a few instances when your registrar cannot transfer your domain name, such as if it is the subject of an ongoing Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy (TDRP) or Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) proceeding. Your registrar also cannot transfer your domain name if it is subject to a court order. Additionally, as we explained in the last blog,…

New Report Presents Syntax & Operability Accuracy of WHOIS Data in gTLDs

LOS ANGELES – 19 December 2017 – Today, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) published the WHOIS Accuracy Reporting System (ARS) Phase 2 Cycle 5 Report. This is a follow-up to previous ARS Reports which have been published semi-annually since December 2015.
Read the Report.
The report explores both the syntax and operability accuracy of WHOIS records in generic top-level domains (gTLDs) as compared to the requirements of the 2009 & 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreements (RAAs). It also examines the leading types of nonconformance, trends, and comparisons of WHOIS accuracy across gTLD types, ICANN regions, & RAA versions.
The ICANN org developed accuracy tests to answer questions about the syntax (format & content) and operability (e.g., does an email sent to the email address provided in the WHOIS record go through?) of a sample of WHOIS records. Then, using statistical methods, syntax & operability accuracy estimates were provided for the population of domain names in gTLDs as a whole, as well as for several subgroups of interest.
Key Findings
The analysis found that:
Nearly all WHOIS records contain information that can be used to establish immediate contact: In 98 percent of records, at least one email or phone number meets all operability requirements of the 2009 RAA. Approximately 94 percent of email addresses, 67 percent of phone numbers, & 98 percent of postal addresses were operable (see Table 1 below for more information).

Table 1: Overall gTLD Operability Accuracy by Contact Mode (95 percent confidence interval)
  Email Cellphone Postal Address All Three Accurate All Three Contacts (Registrant, Technical, Administrative) Accurate 93.8% ± 0.4% 66.9% ± 0.8% 98.4% ± 0.3% 63.4% ± 0.9%

In terms of syntax accuracy, approximately 99 percent of email addresses, 90 percent of phone numbers, and 89 percent of postal addresses were found to meet all…

President’s Corner: Finances & Planning for the Next Two Years

One of my personal priorities for my role in ICANN is continuing to improve ICANN org’s efforts to be transparent, accountable & accessible. In this spirit, I'm am sharing something the Executive Team & I have been spending a lot of time lately, and an area of great focus for us in the coming year. By now I will hope you have also read the blog by Cherine on this topic.
As I mentioned in the recent Quarterly Stakeholder Call, we saw slower funding in the first quarter of FY18 by $1m versus our approved budget, with lower domain name registrations than planned. So, we presume the FY18 funding could remain flat compared to FY17’s funding, instead of the growth budgeted in FY18. We need to make some changes to address that. And, at the same time, we are currently planning for the next two years out – FY19 and…

Chair’s Blog: Year End & Well Wishes

I’m am writing to you from the 12th annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), in Geneva, Switzerland, where I will here with some of my Board colleagues and members of the ICANN community engaging with the broader Internet governance community. Thematic issues that can impact our technical mandate are being discussed here. These issues include privacy & data protection, jurisdiction, intellectual property, cyber security & many more. We are represented in those discussions, so that our points of view are considered as policies, legislations & priorities are formed around the globe. If you are at the IGF, please join us for an ICANN Open Forum session; you can find more details about our participation here. In this blog, I am want to provide you with an update on some outstanding items & our final Board meeting of the year as December wraps up. ICANN Reserve Fund As you…

ICANN Office of the Ombudsman 2017 Annual Report

LOS ANGELES – 18 December 2017 – Herb Waye, ICANN Ombudsman, is pleased to announce the publication of the ICANN Office of the Ombudsman 2017 Annual Report.
View the report.
The report is available in all official ICANN languages. If you have any questions for the Ombudsman, contact him at ombudsman@icann.org.
About ICANN
ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure, & unified intercontinental Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or a number – into your computer or other device. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate & support these unique identifiers across the global. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with a community of participants from all over the international. …

Data Protection/Privacy Update: Response from Legal Firm Hamilton to Community Questions Now Available

LOS ANGELES – 18 December 2017 –The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (“ICANN”) today published a memo from the Hamilton law firm, which provides responses to questions raised by the community regarding generic top-level domain name (gTLD) registration directory services & the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This memo is the second in a series [PDF, 253 KB] of memoranda that will address these matters. Read the memo here [PDF, 577 KB].
About ICANN
ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure & unified intercontinental Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or a number – into your computer or other device. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate and support these unique identifiers across the globe. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with a community…

Update on the Root KSK Rollover Project

The ICANN org is today announcing that it will not roll the root zone KSK in the first quarter of 2018.
We have decided that we do not yet have enough information to set a specific date for the rollover. We want to make clear, however, that the ICANN org is committed to rolling the root zone KSK and we will continue to discuss this important process with the community, gather their feedback and give all interested parties advance notice of at least one calendar quarter when we set the date for the rollover.
Furthermore, we are soliciting input from the community to help determine, if possible, appropriate objective criteria to measure the possible negative impact of the root KSK rollover on Internet users, & acceptable values for those criteria before a rollover. This is in accordance with the bottom-up, multi-stakeholder model that has been so successful for ICANN policy development.
On 27 September 2017, the ICANN org announced it was postponing the root zone KSK rollover for at least one quarter, leaving open the possibility the root KSK rollover might occur in the first quarter of 2018. We have since realized that our analysis & preparation will require additional time.
In a previous post, we described our analysis of recursive resolver trust anchor configuration information reported using the protocol defined in RFC 8145, Signaling Trust Anchor Knowledge in DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). Our analysis revealed that about 4% of the approximately 12,000 DNSSEC-validating resolvers reporting during the month of September 2017 were configured with only KSK-2010 (the shorthand for the current root KSK) and would have been unable to resolve DNS queries after the rollover occurred.
The ICANN org’s decision to postpone the rollover was based on the concern that we did not understand why those resolvers were not properly configured, & we needed…

A Look Back at Our Africa Engagement in 2017

As the year comes to an end, we wanted to reflect on milestones achieved with the support of you, our community. Your dedication, relentless effort, & collaboration with us, ensured that the 2017 flagship events & meetings were not only successful, but also seamless.
2017 saw new initiatives that helped increase the capacity & awareness of specific stakeholder groups & promoted their meaningful participation in ICANN & the wider Internet Governance ecosystem. We also developed better collaboration with the regional economic blocks in Africa, participating in ECOWAS, CRASA, SATA, EACO & AUC meetings to further our regional engagement with governments.

Key Highlights of 2017

The First Capacity Building Workshop: In January, ICANN held the first high level Government Advisory Committee (GAC)’s workshop. It marked the culmination of our long planning & coordination efforts with various GAC members, the GAC Underserved Regions Working Group & the Government Engagement team. The workshop was the first of its kind and is now a model for other ICANN regions. Göran Marby attended this meeting during his inaugural visit to the region, as President and CEO of ICANN.org.
Workshop for the West Africa Telecommunication Regulators Assembly (WATRA): Inspired by the GAC workshop, WATRA requested a similar workshop for its members. It took place on 25 and 26 April. The event was hosted by the Liberian Telecommunication Authority & drew 82 participants. Africa Internet pioneers Prof. Nii Quaynor & Prof. Alex Corenthin were among the speakers.
Africa Internet Summit (AIS) –[21 May to 2 June in Nairobi, Kenya]: This year saw a few key sessions.

ICANN DAY – This has become a signature day at the AIS, dedicated to introducing the community & newcomers to the current work at ICANN. Current topics covered this year were: KSK Rollover, ICANN registrar accreditation process & an overview of the policy development processes.
Internationalized Domains…

Kim Davies Appointed VP, IANA Functions and President, PTI

LOS ANGELES – 15 December 2017 – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) announced today that Kim Davies, Director of Technical Services, Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA), has been appointed to the position of Vice President, IANA Services & President, PTI.
Public Technical Identifiers (PTI) is responsible for the operational aspects of coordinating the Internet’s unique identifiers & maintaining the trust of the community to provide these services in an unbiased, responsible & effective manner.
Following Elise Gerich’s departure announcement, the ICANN organization, in conjunction with the PTI Board, conducted an extensive & exhaustive search for a replacement. The opening attracted a wide array of applicants, many of which were well qualified.
As VP of IANA Services, Davies will be reporting to the President of ICANN’s Intercontinental Domain names Division (GDD), Akram Atallah. “Kim was a natural choice for this position. He has a deep & wide understanding of both IANA…

A recap of our 2017 LAC-i-Roadshows

The LAC+i Roadshow, a project of the Latin America and the Caribbean Strategy, travels across the region to do outreach on key topics related to the critical infrastructure of the Domain Name System (DNS). The regional ICANN community holds four roadshows per year for each of the following sub-regions: the Caribbean, the Andean Region, South America and Mexico/Central America.
Download our infographic for a quick overview of our 2017 LAC-i-Roadshows.

Proposed Incremental Changes to the ICANN Meetings Strategy

Open Date: 14 December 2017 Close Date: 01 February 2018 Originating Organization: ICANN Meetings Categories/Tags: Events / Conferences Brief Overview: This Public Comment seeks community input on proposed incremental changes to the current strategy for ICANN Public Meetings. The proposed changes were developed by community leaders during a call on 17 August 2017 & subsequently detailed in a report for the purposes of this consultation. Link: https://www.icann.org/public-comments/proposed-changes-meetings-strategy-2017-12-14-en

ICANN Publishes Report of Public Comments on PTI & Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Draft FY19 Plans

LOS ANGELES – 14 December 2017 – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) today published the Report of Public Comments [PDF, 128 KB] on draft FY19 operating & budget plans for Public Technical Identifiers (PTI) and the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). This detailed report includes responses to each of the 16 individual comments submitted. The report has been structured by comment theme & is accompanied by a sortable spreadsheet, to make it easier to find related comments & responses.
The PTI Board will consider PTI’s budget at its January 2018 meeting & the ICANN Board will consider IANA’s budget at its February 2018 meeting.
The Draft FY19 PTI & IANA operating plans and budgets documents are published here.
About ICANN
ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure & unified intercontinental Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address – a name or…

Agenda | Special Meeting of the ICANN Board

Domain Name System
Internationalized Domain Name ,IDN,”IDNs are domain names that include characters used in the local representation of languages that are not written with the twenty-six letters of the basic Latin alphabet “”a-z””. An IDN can contain Latin letters with diacritical marks, as required by many European languages, or may consist of characters from non-Latin scripts such as Arabic or Chinese. Many languages also use other types of digits than the European “”0-9″”. The basic Latin alphabet together with the European-Arabic digits are, for the purpose of domain names, termed “”ASCII characters”” (ASCII = American Standard Code for Information Interchange). These are also included in the broader range of “”Unicode characters”” that provides the basis for IDNs. The “”hostname rule”” requires that all domains of the type under consideration here are stored in the DNS using only the ASCII characters listed above, with the one further addition of the…

Preliminary Report | Special Meeting of the ICANN Board

PTI Governance Items – Appointment of PTI President; Appointment of PTI Board Directors
Annual Meeting of the Member
Resolved (2017.12.13.02), the ICANN Board confirms that this meeting is the Annual Meeting of the Member of Public Technical Identifiers (“PTI”).
PTI President
Whereas, pursuant to Section 7.2 of the PTI Bylaws, ICANN as the sole member is authorized to appoint a President of PTI.
Resolved (2017.12.13.03), the ICANN Board, in its role as sole member of PTI, hereby appoints Kim Davies as the President of PTI, effective 1 January 2018. Elise Gerich will remain as the President of PTI through 31 December 2017.
PTI Board – Directors
Whereas, ICANN, in its role as sole member of PTI, has the obligation to appoint all members of the PTI Board in accordance with Article 5 of the PTI Bylaws.
Whereas, the PTI Bylaws, at Section 5.2.1, authorizes the PTI Board to have five Directors.
Whereas, ICANN, as the sole member of PTI,…

Special Meeting of the ICANN Board | Briefing Materials 1

Domain Name System
Internationalized Domain Name ,IDN,”IDNs are domains that include characters used in the local representation of languages that are not written with the twenty-six letters of the basic Latin alphabet “”a-z””. An IDN can contain Latin letters with diacritical marks, as required by many European languages, or may consist of characters from non-Latin scripts such as Arabic or Chinese. Many languages also use other types of digits than the European “”0-9″”. The basic Latin alphabet together with the European-Arabic digits are, for the purpose of domain names, termed “”ASCII characters”” (ASCII = American Standard Code for Information Interchange). These are also included in the broader range of “”Unicode characters”” that provides the basis for IDNs. The “”hostname rule”” requires that all domains of the type under consideration here are stored in the DNS using only the ASCII characters listed above, with the one further addition of the…

Minutes | Special Meeting of the ICANN Board

PTI Governance Items – Appointment of PTI President; Appointment of PTI Board Directors
Annual Meeting of the Member
Resolved (2017.12.13.02), the ICANN Board confirms that this meeting is the Annual Meeting of the Member of Public Technical Identifiers (“PTI”).
PTI President
Whereas, pursuant to Section 7.2 of the PTI Bylaws, ICANN as the sole member is authorized to appoint a President of PTI.
Resolved (2017.12.13.03), the ICANN Board, in its role as sole member of PTI, hereby appoints Kim Davies as the President of PTI, effective 1 January 2018. Elise Gerich will remain as the President of PTI through 31 December 2017.
PTI Board – Directors
Whereas, ICANN, in its role as sole member of PTI, has the obligation to appoint all members of the PTI Board in accordance with Article 5 of the PTI Bylaws.
Whereas, the PTI Bylaws, at Section 5.2.1, authorizes the PTI Board to have five Directors.
Whereas, ICANN, as the sole member of PTI,…

Adopted Board Resolutions | Special Meeting of the ICANN Board

PTI Governance Items – Appointment of PTI President; Appointment of PTI Board Directors
Annual Meeting of the Member
Resolved (2017.12.13.02), the ICANN Board confirms that this meeting is the Annual Meeting of the Member of Public Technical Identifiers (“PTI”).
PTI President
Whereas, pursuant to Section 7.2 of the PTI Bylaws, ICANN as the sole member is authorized to appoint a President of PTI.
Resolved (2017.12.13.03), the ICANN Board, in its role as sole member of PTI, hereby appoints Kim Davies as the President of PTI, effective 1 January 2018. Elise Gerich will remain as the President of PTI through 31 December 2017.
PTI Board – Directors
Whereas, ICANN, in its role as sole member of PTI, has the obligation to appoint all members of the PTI Board in accordance with Article 5 of the PTI Bylaws.
Whereas, the PTI Bylaws, at Section 5.2.1, authorizes the PTI Board to have five Directors.
Whereas, ICANN, as the sole member of PTI,…

ICANN Organization Publishes Reports on the Review of the Community Priority Evaluation Process

LOS ANGELES – 13 December 2017 – The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) today published three reports on the review of the Community Priority Evaluation (CPE) process (the CPE Process Review). The CPE Process Review was initiated at the request of the ICANN Board as part of the Board’s due diligence in the administration of the CPE process. The CPE Process Review was conducted by FTI Consulting Inc.’s (FTI) Intercontinental Risk & Investigations Practice (GRIP) & Technology Practice, and consisted of three parts: (I'm) reviewing the process by which the ICANN organization interacted with the CPE Provider related to the CPE reports issued by the CPE Provider (Scope 1); (ii) an evaluation of whether the CPE criteria were applied consistently throughout each CPE report (Scope 2); & (iii) a compilation of the reference material relied upon by the CPE Provider to the extent such reference material…

Our Communications in Latin America & the Caribbean During 2017

This blog is becoming a tradition! It’s interesting to see how far we have come by reading our previous blogs: 2015 LAC Communications highlights & 2016 LAC Communications highlights.
For the third year in a row, as the year comes to an end, we are happy to share our accomplishments with you. This time, we created an infographic so that instead of reading about our progress & milestones, you can visualize them. Download our 2017 LAC Communications infographic – I'm hope you like it!
Also, be sure to stay tuned for our 2017 LAC Year in Review report, which we will launch soon. This report will highlight more of our work in Latin America and the Caribbean (read the 2016 LAC Year in Review).

Sri Lankan Community Preparing for a Multilingual Internet Using Local Scripts

Colombo, Sri Lanka… The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) & local experts in policy, technical & linguistic fields convened in Colombo today to introduce the Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) program & launch the Sinhala Generation Panel (GP). The launch signifies an exciting future where the local community contributes towards developing secure & stable access to the Internet in Sinhala.
The Asia Pacific region is linguistically diverse. Of the 6,800 languages in the globe, about half of them or 3,500 are spoken in APAC. 21 of the top 30 most spoken languages in the worldwide are used in the region. This diversity adds challenges to the Internet domain name space.
“IDNs are domain names represented by letters or characters from different scripts & writing systems. They offer the possibility of using the domains in languages across the globe, including Sinhala, Tamil, Thai, Chinese, Hindi, & others. Thus, providing a…

ICANN Discusses Future of the Internet in Sri Lanka

Colombo, Sri Lanka… The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN) today discussed the evolution of the Internet’s Domain Name System (DNS) & its potential implication for Sri Lanka.
ICANN is currently overseeing one of the biggest changes ever in the history of the Internet with its New Generic Top-level Domain (gTLD) Program. This is driving the largest expansion of the DNS, promoting choice, competition & innovation for the benefit of consumers & businesses.
ICANN is also enhancing the usability of the Internet through the introduction of Internationalized Domains (IDNs). IDNs will enable the international community to use a domain name & access content in their native language or script.
Sri Lanka currently has an Internet penetration rate of approximately 32 percent, which is below the average penetration of 46.7 percent in Asia1. However, rapid rise in mobile broadband subscriptions can change that. According to the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Sri…

Tec Monterrey & the Fourth LAC DNS Forum

Some say the key to sustainable development is the knowledge economy. A place that exemplifies this idea in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region is Monterrey, Mexico. The city is home to the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education – also known as Tec. This educational leader promotes knowledge, from creation to application, for the whole scientific spectrum. One area is Internet services, and it is not by chance that NIC.mx is proudly located in Monterrey.
On 16 November, we had the privilege to visit Monterrey to run the Fourth LAC Domain Name System (DNS) Forum, hosted by NIC.mx. ICANN supported the forum, along with the Latin American & Caribbean ccTLDs Organization (LACTLD), the Latin American & Caribbean Address Registry (LACNIC), the Internet Society (ISOC), & the Public Interest Registry (PIR). We engaged with the local community by including the forum in the Monterrey’s Entrepreneurship Festival incmty.com, a yearly gathering for technology professionals, startups, investors, & researchers.
Our partners organized the agenda around four pillars:
DNS ecosystem & market trends Domain name usage best practices DNS security Entrepreneurship in the Internet

This approach was a success, with attendees lining up before each session to get seats, & asking well-informed questions in the discussions.
You can review the program on the LAC DNS Forum’s permanent website (yes, great news!), prepared as a courtesy by NIC.mx. Also, take some time to watch our video recordings & download presentations from the YouTube channel.
Many thanks to our Board Members; ICANN’s Intercontinental Domains Division (GDD) and Security, Stability, and Resiliency (SSR) team; community members; and business leaders for helping to deliver a memorable LAC DNS Forum. We’d like to extend a special thank you to Monterrey Tec for the warm welcome and for the opportunity to share ideas for an innovative & secure DNS environment. We…

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