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Article of the Week
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ICANN57 is the next ICANN Meeting which will be held next week in Hyderabad, India. The meeting runs from 3-9 November 2016. ICANN57 is the 2016 Annual General Meeting, in which incoming board members will take their seats. It will also be the first "Meeting C" under the new ICANN Meeting structure.

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At-Large Structures (ALSes) are independent and self-supporting organizations within ICANN's At-Large Community, which aim to represent the voice of individual Internet users all over the world. ALSes provide an avenue for every Individual Internet user to take part in all the issues discussed within ICANN.

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.mobi is a sponsored top level domain used for websites optimized for access by mobile devices, such as smartphones. ICANN entered into negotiations with the applicant, dotMobi, in 2004; the extension was approved in 2005, and it began resolving as a usable extension in 2006.

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Everyone should have a voice in the future of the Internet regardless of their native language or region. We're working on making that happen in: